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MILESTONE 

1982 

Volume 59 

Eastern Kentucky 
University 

Richmond, Kentucky 
40475 — 

Karen House, Editor 

Marianne White, 
Managing Editor 

Larry Bailey, Adviser 






Challenging Times 
Contents 

^** - student Life, 

Marianne White 

84 — Sports 

36 — Academics, 
Melissa Hicks 

68 — Organizations, 
Michelle O'Bryan 

:07 — Greeks, 

Sheri Miveiaz 

158 — Classes, 

Terri Lambert 

— Index, 

Terri Lambert 





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College Years 

^ The years of expecta- 
tion and opportunity. Those 
"carefree" years that were 
filled with frustration as 
well as laughter. The years 
of trials that led to growth. 

The years of 
Challenge. 




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6 Opening 





In order to meet the chal- 
lenges^ the traditions of the 
University provided the 
necessary growth and sta- 
bility. 

The experience of a time- 
honored institution and the 
benefit of a modern camp- 
us offered students the 
tools of education to use as 
they saw fit. 



Opening 7 



During the fall it was God 
that took on the challenge. 
He turned the summer 
greens into reds^ golds and 
oranges. The transforma- 
tion lured students away 
from classrooms to witness 
the splendor of His work. 



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As the college years pro- 
gressed^ education came to 
mean people meeting peo- 
ple, working with people, 
getting to know people. 

From these relationships, 
friendships were formed 
that would survive future 
years of separation. 

Hours of studying for ex- 
ams, hours of practicing for 
theater productions and 
hours of late night conver- 
sations provided bonds of 
friendship. 

Later in life, reunions 
would bring the friends to- 
gether again. 





12 Opening 




Time was spent alone try- 
ing to decide what life was/ 
is all about. Time was spent 
with friends creating 
memories that would 
someday be "the best years 
of our lives." 

College was also a time 
of growth that came by giv- 
ing of ourselves so that 
"WE/' not "!/' could suc- 
ceed. 

As the time passed the 
challenges seemed less in- 
vincible and future less un- 
certain. 





Opening 13 




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From these challenging 
times came the satisfac- 
tion of an achievement 
earned through persever- 
ance and determination. 

From this achievement 
came the confidence to 
face the challenges of the 
future. 




Opening 15 



What we obtain 



too cheaply we 



esteem too 



lightly; it is 
deafness only 
which gives 
everything value 



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20 Student Life 



Commonwealth Hall is just one of the high-rise dormitories built on campus 
during the educational boom of the 1960's and 70's^ 




University President )-C. Powell contemplates cut backs in state financing facing 
higher education. 




President J.C. Powell explains steps the University has taken to handle cut backs 
that have occurred since 1980. 



With President Ronald Reagan's "mandate" from 
the people to trim federal spending and Gov. John Y. 
Brown's "Kentucky and Company Government," 
higher education has become the main target of bud- 
get cuts. From the growth and expansion of the 60's 
and 70's, it has become a matter of Economy vs The 
University for the 80's. 

Like all colleges and universities in the state, Eastern 
has had to trim its budget several times since 1980. In 
an effort to cope with budget cuts the University 
made several adjustments. Positions that became va- 
cant during the year were filled only if they were es- 
sential. An across-the-board reduction of 10 percent in 
operating expenses was also put into effect. 

in an effort to cope with budget cuts and maintain 
its quality education the University's Board of Regents 
requested general fund appropriation increases of 
$18.3 million for the 1982-84 biennium budget. 

University President J.C. Powell said in an interview, 
"... if we set as our only goal the provision of un- 
avoidable cost items and cost of living increases, we 
would have to make enough reductions in our operat- 
ing expenses to achieve them. 

"Equally important, however, is that since about 
1978 or 1979, we haven't increased our allocation for 
operating expenses, educational supplies, office sup- 
plies, or travel — the sort of things that are necessary 
to keep up. When you consider that inflation has been 
somewhere near double-digit during that period of 
time, we in effect have lost 30 to 40 percent in effec- 
tive purchasing power. 

"As for Eastern, we are trying to find ways to im- 
prove our academic programs." 

"The thrust of the 80's in higher education will be 
toward quality, not quantity." 



Student Life 21 




Women's gymnastics is also one of the lour collegiate sports to be dropped by the University after this year. 



There was a plaque hanging in Dr. Gerald Calkin's 
office in Alumni Coliseum that was inscribed with, "If 
you are being run out of town, get in front of the 
crowd and make it look like a parade." 

Dr. Calkin, the men's gymnastics coach, wasn't be- 
ing run out of town, but the gymnastics team was 
dropped as a college sport at the end of the year, and 
the team was going out in style. 

The team worked hard not to tail-off during the last 
season, and the work paid off. By March, they were 
ranked 41st nationally — the highest ranking the team 
had received in its 13 years of competition at the 
University. 

At the last home meet, 800 fans and alumni 
watched the team in a match against the University of 
Miami and the University of Georgia. 

The last home meet is usually reserved for introduc- 
ing the senior team members to the audience. This 
year, however, everyone was introduced, in a way, 
they were all seniors. 

Calkin first learned of the cut last spring when a 
request for money to be used in recruiting was denied. 

Despite the announcement that the sport would be 
dropped, the squad for 1982 has nine members, with 
only one senior. 



"The fact that the sport was being dropped made it 
a strange year. In a sense, everyone was a senior," 
Calkin said. 

The team also has had a record of academic excel- 
lence. For the last several years, the squad has main- 
tained the highest GPA of any team on campus. 

The program also had an impact on the high school 
gymnastics program in Kentucky. Calkin said there is a 
high percentage of University graduates that coach 
high school gymnastics, and while gymnastics is declin- 
ing in most high school programs across the nation, it is 
growing in Kentucky. 

Calkin summed up the season with this statement, 
"It was the best season we ever had. I'm pleased 
because it's a good way to finish out a quality program 
and very unhappy to see the program discontinued. I 
feel that the discontinuation of the program is going to 
be detrimental to University and high school gymnas- 
tics instruction. 

"While a few dollars were saved out of the athletic 
budget, it is not without cost." 

(Other sports being cut were women's gymnastics, 
women's indoor track and men's cross country.) 



Student Life 23 





At a protest rally in 1968 students would have 
chanted against the administration, but in 1981, the 
chant was with the administration. 

On October 22, 2,000 students gathered around 
the Meditation Chapel, and along with University 
President J.C. Powell and Student Association Presi- 
dent Carl Kremer, voiced their dissatisfaction that 
"higher education is secondary" in Frankfort. 

Although William McCann, chairman of the Ken- 
tucky Council on Higher Education, was considered 
the key speaker, University President-Emeritus Dr. 
Robert R. Martin was the catalyst the students needed 
to voice their support. 

Martin, now a state senator and a member of the 
Appropriation and Revenue Committee, made refer- 
ences to Gov. John Y. Brown's classification of the 
University of Kentucky as the "flagship university" of 
the state. 

"I pity a flagship without a fleet," chided Martin. 



A University coed exhibits her support for higher education 



University President-Emeritus Dr Robert R Martin, now a state senator, elicits 
student cheers against budget cut. 





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COLLEGE. 



What is the Financial Aid 

The Financial Aid Form (FAF) i§ 
apply for financial aid for th^ 

• financial aid program^ 
after high school or^ 

• state scholarshi 

• federal stuc 
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to the College Scholarship Ser- 
if and send the information to the 
list on your FAF. Each college or pro- 
you will get financial aid and how much 



>ly for financial aid from colleges and 
:holarship and grant programs? 

^h the colleges you want to attend to see if they need a copy 
''FAF. If so, list them in question 41. It costs $6.50 for the first 
^ge and $4.50 for each other college listed in question 41. 

'If you want to apply to your state scholarship or grant program, 
check the special box in question 42 and add $2.50 to the fee. 

Don't send cash. Ivlake your check or money order out to the College 
Scholarship Service. Some colleges and programs may ask you to till 
out other forms as well. 

How do 1 apply for federal student 
financial aid programs? 

You apply for federal student financial aid programs by checking 
"Yes" in question 43. You'll find more information about federal stu- 
dent financial aid programs in this booklet. 

When should I fill out the FAF? 

Fill out and mail the FAF after January 1, 1982, but at least one 
month before the earliest deadline of the colleges and programs that 
you list in question 41. Don't file this FAF after March 15, 1983. 

What is my CSS "Estimated Contribution"? 

The CSS estimates what you and your family can pay toward your 
costs for college. Remember that each college or program makes the 
final decision about how much you and your family can pay. Because 
of this, the amount that the college or program figures can be higher 
or lower than the CSS Estimated Contribution. 

The CSS will send you a report showing the information that was 
used to calculate your estimated contribution. 



j^OF THE COLLEGE BOARD 



Where do I send the FAF? 



After you fill out the FAF, put it in the envelope that you'll find insk 
this booklet and mail it to the correct address given below. 



If you live in: 



Alabama AL 

Connecticut . . CT 
Delaware DE 

District ol 
Columbia DC 

Florida FL 

Georgia GA 

Indiana IN 

Kentucky KY 

Louisiana LA 

Maine ME 

Maryland MD 

Massachusetts MA 

Michigan Ml 

Mississippi MS 



New Hampshire. NH 

New Jersey NJ 

New York NY 

North Carolina . , NC 

Ohio OH 

Pennsylvania. PA 
Puerto Rico. PR 

Rhode Island , Rl 
South Carolina SC 

Tennessee TN 

Vermont VT 

Virgin Is VI 

Virginia VA 

West Virginia , WV 
Wisconsin Wl 



If you live in: 



Alaska AK 

Amer. Samoa ... AS 

Arizona AZ 

Arkansas AR 

California CA 

Colorado CO 

Guam GU 

Hawaii HI 

Idaho ID 

Illinois IL 

Iowa lA 

Kansas KS 

Minnesota MN 

Missouri MO 

Montana MT 

Nebraska NE 



Nevada 

New Mexico- 
North Dakota 
Northern 

Mariana Is 
Oklahoma. . . 

Oregon 

South Dakota . . . 1 

Texas 

Trust Territory ot 

the Pacific Is. 

(Marshall and 

Caroline Is.) . . . 

Utah I 

Washington . , . V 
Wyoming V 



send your filled-out FAF to: 

College Scholarship Service 
Box 2856 
Princeton, NJ 08541 



send your filled-out FAF to: 

College Scholarship Service 
Box 380 
Berkeley, CA 94701 

send yoi 



If you live somewhere other than the places listed above 
filled-out FAF to the CSS office in Princeton, NJ. 



Will the CSS tell me when 

it has finished analyzing my FAF? 

Yes. The CSS will send you an Acknowledgment after it has analyze 
your FAF. The Acknowledgment (including your "Estimated Contrib 
tion") will be sent to the student's mailing address given in questic 
2 of the FAF. 

The Acknowledgment will list the colleges and programs to whic 
your FAF was sent. If you list more than six colleges to get your FA 
the Acknowledgment will list only the first six. A second Acknow 
edgment will be sent to you separately which will list the addition 
colleges. 

What if I later want to 

send my FAF to another college or program? 

The Acknowledgment form has a section which you can tear off an 
send to CSS if you later want to send your FAF to another college ( 
program. The section is called the Additional College Request Fori 
(ACR). The fee for the ACR is $6.50 for the first college or prograi 
you list and $4.50 for each other one. 

Note: Some colleges and programs may ask you to send a copy c 
your income tax return to them. If so, send it directly to the college c 
program. If you don't give the income tax information that is aske 
for, you may not receive aid. Don't send any income tax forms wit 
your FAF to the CSS. 



26 Student Life 



APPLICANT INFORMATION 



LAST NAME 



SOCIAL SECURITY 
NUMBER 



DATE OF BIHTH 



PERMANeNT 



NumPcr, Slfeei 



HOME PHONE NUMBER 



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CLASSIFICATION FOR 1992-83 



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CHECK THE PERIOD YOU ARE REQUESTING AID FOR | 


Academic Year 
(August - May) 


1 Fall Semester 
Only (Aug-Dec) 


j Spring Semester 
Only (Jan-May) 




Summe' appt.cations must be submitted separately ■ Form 1576S I 



CHECK THE TYPE OF AID YOU ARE REQUESTING | 


Supplemental Gram |5EOGl 




Pell Grant (Basic Granil 




National Direct SluOenl Loan (NOSLj 




Pell Gram Only 




College Work Study jCWSP) 
complete the student employment 
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Nursing Loan 




Any Aid Available 





CHECK THE TYPE OF AID YOU HAVE RECEIVED BEFORE | 


Supplemental Grant (SEOGi 




College WorK SluOy (CWSP) | | 


National Direct Sludeni 
Loan (NDSLI 




Guaranteed Federally injured 
StuOeni Loan (GSL) 




Pelt Grant (Bas'C Grant) 




Scholarship (List Type) 




Stale Gram (SS)G| 








Nursing Loan 









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EASTERN KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY 
OFFICE OF STUDENT FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE 

Richmond. Kentucky 40475 

82-83 REQUEST FOR AID 







FORM 1576 


DO NOT WRITE IN THIS SECTION I 


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NDSL 
CWSP 
PELL 

SSIG 

NSL 

G/FISL 

OTHER 


Initial 


Renewal Change 














estimated 


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THIS FORM IS REQUIRED FOR ALL PROGRAMS 
LISTED IN Q;;T5 



Filling out a financial aid form is the first step in receiving grants and work study funding. 



Students planning on returning to the University in 
the fall of 1982 found their finances burning on "both 
ends of the candle," as Doug Whitlock, executive 
assistant to the president, put it. 

For the first time, students faced both a sharp tuition 
increase and a dwindling supply of financial aid. 

The State Council on Higher Education lit one end of 
the candle with a 15 percent tuition increase for the 
next two years, which meant in-state students would 
pay $337 per semester in 1982 instead of $293. The 
following year would see Kentucky students paying 
$388 per semester. 

Out-of-state students were hit just as hard by the 
hike. Their tuition would jump from $870 per semester 
in 1981 to $1,011 in 1982 and $1,163 in 1983. 

Meanwhile, the Reagan Administration lit the other 
end of the candle with the largest proposed cuts in 
federal financial aid ever. Herb Vescio, director of fi- 
nancial aid, estimated that about 1,000 University stu- 



dents could have their financial assistance cut in 1982- 
83, and as many as 3,200 in 1983-84, if the "tremen- 
dous proposed cuts" were passed by Congress. 

At stake for 1982-83 was a $91.4 million cut in na- 
tional Pell Grants and a $44 million in the College Study 
Work Program. 

"Naturally, when you lose money it's going to hurt 
somebody," Vescio said, just how much money would 
be lost kept him wondering. He and his staff had to 
delay processing financial aid forms for 1982-83 until 
Congress acted on Reagan's proposals. 

Brightening the prospects somewhat, were about 
5,000 student leaders from across the country who 
gathered in the nation's capitol to protest the pending 
cuts. Among those lobbying in Washington, D.C., 
were Student Association President Carl Kremer and 
Vice-President Neil Dimond, who said they were "flat 
out" against the proposals. 



Student Life 27 



All The 
Comforts of Home 



An African violet on the dresser, a few throw pillows 
on the beds, and the dorm room has all the comforts 
of home. Right? Well, maybe not exactly but some 
University students used a touch of creativity and 
made what seemed like a cell-like cubicle into a more 
than livable room. 

Using remnant carpet pieces, posters, contac paper 
and other decorating knick-knacks, students added a 
spark to otherwise drab rooms. 

We may never see Case Hall featured in Better 
Homes and Gardens, but sometimes students living 
on-campus do unique and creative things with their 
allotted space. All it takes is a little ingenuity. 




Elaine Johnson, a resident of Clay Hall has used a little imagination to make her 
room different from the rest. 



28 Student Life 




A caipet, some curtains, a few 
plants, and Pat Hutchins, a resi- 
dent of Todd Hall, makes his 
room seem more like home. 



Student Life 29 



/ When Big E burgers and orange whips get to be too much for University 

students, they can choose from a variety of fast food restaurants along the by- 
pass. The hungry students can satisfy any craving from a single-cheese with 
ketsup to a bucket of chicken. There is a wide selection to choose from. 



30 Student Life 





Tastes Like 
Mom Made It 



"Ain't no reason to go anyplace else'" Apparently Scott Coltrain thinks 
so as he enjoys his fries from Wendy's. 




As numerous students made their journey to 
the University cafeteria each day to seek nourish- 
ment, so did many students make their daily visits 
to the fast food chains located on the by-pass. 

It was not a rarity to find a class companion to 
eat with, just look quickly and you could identify 
Eastern's label on many of the students who seek 
adventure by eating out. Afterall you could find 
variety at the chain restaurants along the thor- 
oughfare, and more than likely, a familiar face. 



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embership, according to 
the new Greek ad 

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munity and civic activities helps 
members develop leadership abili- 
ties as well. '\A Sorority is what you 
put into it," said Holt. 



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"Rushees" are entertained by members ol f 
■Mphd Theta ■iorority in a skit based on the mi 
Annie." 





Kim Dotson, a member of Alpha Delta Pi sorority. 
takes us back to the W50s. 



The Kappa Deltas entertain the "rushees" with 
songs based on popular Broadway musicals. 






Fall is packed with activities for fun-lov- Franl< Stapleton participates in SAE 

ing University students. Sophomore County Fair activities. 



Crisp autumn days mark the advent of 
sweater weather and football games at the 
University. An array of gold, red, and orange 
leaves spot the University mai<ing it truly live 
up to its name ''the Campus Beautiful." 



Football is one of fall's true harbingers, 
and the Saturday afternoon games at- 



tract many fans of all ages who enjoy 
cheering on a winning team. 










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Homecoming 



The theme "Games People Play" set the scene for 
the 1981 Homecoming festivities. All week Universi- 
ty students and faculty prepared for the homecom- 
ing weekend. Floats in the shape of Ruble's Cubes 
and video amusement games highlighted the pa- 
rade. Alumni baseball players carried out the theme 
also by having the Old Timers reunion game. 

The candidates for Homecoming Queen were 
presented at the forma! dance in the Keene Johnson 
Ballroom and again at the parade before the football 
game. 

The University of Dayton tasted the agony of 
defeat at the afternoon game. The 5-1 Colonels 
broke Dayton's 22 game winning streak with a 14-3 
victory over the Flyers. 




The 1981 Homecoming events begin with the tra- 
ditional dance held in the Keene Johnson ballroom. 




The residents of Case Hall illustrate the Homecoming theme "Games People 
Play" in the pseudo Monopoly board. 



36 Student Life 




The brothers of Pi Kappa Alpha show their support of the team during the 
parade. 




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University professor Alan Bettler and son enjoy the 
parade. 



Tammy Hayes the 1980 Homecoming Queen, re- 
turns to crown her predecessor. 



Student Life 37 




The performance of an alumni band was one of the highlights of halftime. 




University cheerleader, Lisa Flatt, throws souvenir footballs to 
fans during the game. 








The Colonels stay ahead of Dayton all the way to their victory of 14 to 3. 



38 Student Life 




It looks as if the Dayton Flyers are not sure who has the ball. 




A young fan congratulates a player after Eastern's victory. 



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A crisp and colorful October afternoon set 
the stage for the pre-game coronation of the 
1981 Homecoming Queen, Miss Angela Hamil- 
ton. Angela, sponsored by Beta Theta Pi Frater- 
nity, is a senior Fashion Merchandising major 
from Lebanon, Kentucky. She is a captain of the 
University Cheerleaders, a Beta Theta Pi Frater- 
nity Little Sister and Sweetheart. Angela enjoys 
horseback riding, swimming and playing the 
piano and organ. 





Student Life 41 



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Dupree Hall sponsored first runner-up 
Robin Modena. She is a junior Public Rela- 
tions major from Bluefield, West Virginia. 
She is a member of the Public Relations 
Student Society of America, Kappa Alpha 
Theta Sorority and Panhellenic. in her 
spare time, Robin likes to play tennis and 
racquetball. 





Campus involvement is important to Robin Mo- 
dena who is Rusii Chairman of Kappa Alpha Theta 
Sorority. She is shown here organizing a spring rush 
party. 




42 Student Life 




Crystal Williams is an honor student who is also 
involved in several campus organizations. She was 
selected Outstanding Student of the College of 
Health, Physical Education and Recreation. 






Second runner-up Crystal Williams was 
sponsored by Alpha Delta Pi Sorority. She 
is a senior Community Health and Medical 
Assisting major from Yosemite, Kentucky. 
She is president of Alpha Delta Pi Sorority, 
president of Eta Sigma Gamma Health 
honorary and a Sigma Chi Fraternity Little 
Sister. Her hobbies are travel and meeting 
new people. 



Student Life 43 







Patty Beil is a junior Marl<eting major that was sponsored by Combs Hall. 
She is the president of Delta Zeta Sorority, vice-president of Combs Hall 
and a Kappa Alpha Fraternity Little Sister. Her hobbies include traveling, 
meeting people, reading and playing tennis. 








Traci Wimsatt, a junior sponsored by Commonwealth Hall, is a Public Rela- 
tions major from Louisville. She is a member of Alpha Delta Pi Sorority and Phi 
Delta Theta Fraternity Little Sisters. In her spare time, she enjoys playing guitar 
and singing, traveling and swimming. 



Jeanie Morgan is a senior Medical Technology major sponsored by Pi 
Kappa Alpha Fraternity. She is a member of Alpha Delta Pi Sorority and is 
the Pi Kappa Alpha Dream Girl, jeanie likes to snow and water ski, ride 
horses and meet people. 



44 Student Life 






A.RtT^ VOX. 



Karen Fox was sponsored by Theta Chi Fraternity. She is the president 
of Kappa Alpha Theta Sorority and vice-president of Theta Chi Frater- 
nity Little Sisters. Her hobbies include water sports, riding horses, 
reading and cooking. 



PAICHEU 
PAUL 

PHI DELTA 
THETA 



A senior Broadcasting and Business major from Lexington, Michele Paul was 
sponsored by Phi Delta Theta Fraternity. Michele is vice-president of Kappa 
Delta Sorority, vice president of Phi Delta Theta Fraternity Little Sisters and 
secretary of Alpha Epsilon Rho Broadcasting honorary. In her spare time, Michele 
plays tennis, takes pictures and enjoys needlepoint. 




Pamela Whaley, sponsored by Mattox Hall, is a senior major- 
ing in Communications Disorders. She is active in Delta Sigma 
Theta Sorority and Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Little Sisters. Pa- 
mela likes to swim, crochet, needlework and meet people. 



Student Life 45 




Delta Zeta Sorority sponsored Gaye Bush, a senior Spanish and English 
major from Paintsville. She is a member of Delta Zeta Sorority, Kappa 
Alpha Fraternity Little Sisters and the Spanish Club. She likes to travel and 
play racquet ball. 








Sponsored by Case Hall, Amealia Dunn is a freshman Fashion Merchan- 
dising major. She is a Lady Diamond and a Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Little 
Sister. Her hobbies are sewing, outdoor sports, shopping and being 
around people. 



The Reserve Officers Training Corps sponsored Shannon Cunningham, a 

junior Public Relations major from Lexington. She is a member of Chi 
Omega Sorority, Catalina Club and is a Sigma Chi Fraternity Little Sister. 
Shannon likes to water and snow ski, repel, hike and swim. 



46 Student Life 






A sophomore from Trenton, Ohio, Debbie Dunn is a member of Alpha 
Delta Pi Sorority and the Construction Club. Sponsored by Keene Hall, 
Debbie enjoys playing the piano and flute, swimming, and collecting 
elephants. 



Sophomore Fashion Merchandising major, Lisa Robinson, was sponsored 
by Clay Hall. Lisa is a Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Sweetheart, Alpha Kappa 
Alpha pledge and a member of the Black Student Union. Her hobbies 
include swimming, dancing, eating and talking. 




Lambda Sigma Sophomore Honor Society sponsored Chans Vamum, a 

Pre-Law major from Russell. She is a member of the Barrister's Society, 
Judo Team, Christian Student Fellowship and the Karate Club. She enjoys 
camping, drawing, traveling and playing guitar. 



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aren't just for 

shoes anymore 



It usually begins innocently enough. A button 
down shirt and crew neck sweater appear to be 
normal college attire. Then, without warning, 
plaid pants, penny loafers and designer jeans 
adorn the body until, finally, a small, foreign ob- 
ject appears on the left chest. An alligator with 
beady eyes has found its latest victim and trapped 
him (or her) into (doo doo doo doo) THE PREPPY 
ZONE. 

There's no going back. Add-a-bead necklaces, 
monogrammed purse covers and every deplor- 
able shade of pink and green covers the helpless 
victim. 

The Prep Mania, once contained in Ivy League 
schools in the East, has spread throughout the 
nation and into this "regional" university of Ken- 
tucky. 

You could be next, for there is no return from 
(doo doo doo doo) THE PREPPY ZONE. 




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Navy wool blazers and kilts are characteristic of a 
more conservative strain of prep, junior Robin 
Cummins is pictured in this classic look. 




Pink and green is a staple of the true prep's wardrobe. 
Penny loafers and-plaid pants complete the picture, 
luniors Andy Gillum and Libby Riley are pictured in the 
ultimate in prep. 



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GODSPELL 

A Mjsical Cxperierce 



The cast of len remain on-slage durinj; Ihe enure 
pla\ The innocence ot c hildhoixl is apparent in ihe 
clovvn-like coslume'. and make-up 




Tim Wells, who played Ihe characler repre- 
senting lesus, explains Ihe meaning ot the par- 
ables the disciples" have acted out 



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Although very contempo- 
rary, all of the music has bibli- 
cal reference. For example, 
"Day by Day" was written in 
the 12th century as St. Rich- 
ard's prayer, and "Turn Back 
O Man" is an old hymn given 
a new beat. 

Directed by Jim Christian, 
the show was a sell-out near- 
ly every night. 



Jerri Zoochi belts out an up-beat version of the old 
hymn "Turn Back O Man" In her vampy style. 




"Codspeir is a celebration, a reaffir- 
mation of faith, a musical experience. 
Through a series of small skits, the char- 
acters present a collection of parables 
according to the Gospel of St. Mat- 
thew. 

The bare, cage-like set contrasts 
sharply to the colorful costumes and 
make-up worn by the characters who 
seem to be as children, eager to learn. 

From the hilarity of the parable of the 
prodigal son to the gripping emotion of 
the crucifixion scene, the audience is 
mesmerized by the interpretation. 



Although the music has a contemporary beat. Its 
biblical references add meaning to the show 



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The steel guitar is a standard back-up 
for any country band. 







VVaylon Jennings, minus his wife Jessie 
Coulter performed many of his most 
popular tunes like "Amanda" and "Ma- 
ma's Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to 
be Cowboys." .>Xy&T --- 




Although somewhat under the weather, Waylon 
Jennings performed for a little over an hour before 
a crowd of 3300 in Alumni Coliseum in November. 
The concert was the last of a tour before heading to 
his home state Texas. 



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University students spend more time In 
outdoor activities during warmer 



months. Members of Alpha Kappa Al- 
pha enjoy the Spring day. 



When spring finally roils around and wakes 
the University from its winter hibernation, 
classes fail lower and lower on student's lists 
of priorities behind napping in the ravine or 
sunbathing on the roof. 



Walking by the ravine on a nice day, 
one wonders if textbooks make better 



pillows than reading material. 




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As the campus comes alive 
again after the chillier tempera- 
tures of winter warm up, Universi- 
ty students catch the annua! spring 
fever. The ravine, downtown and 
the "corner" are dandy spots for 
warm weather acquaintances. 



Spring fever permeates all areas of the University. 
Couples can be spotted everywhere as the cool 
temperatures of winter are over. 




The "corner," located between the Powell Building 
and the University Bookstore, provides a place for 
meeting and getting acquainted with other stu- 
dents. During the warmer months, the "corner" is 
buzzing with activity. Most students pass by the 
area at least once a day. 




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The ravine is a handy spot to "catch some 
rays" (or sleep) in between classes. 




The ravine's warmth and fresh air make it 
a popular place to study. 



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The Concert Choir below and Show Choir, 
under the direction of David Greenlee perform 
throughout the year. 





Students do more than eat Big-E burgers in the 
grill on Wednesday nights. They are enter- 
tained by student musicians while they chew. 

The jazz pep band entertains the crc5wd during 
football games. 



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Local 
Talent 



The University may not 
have been blessed with an 
abundance of concerts this 
year, but students were not 
without entertainment. There 
was a variety of local talent to 
choose from. 

The Concert Choir and 
Show Choir, under the direc- 
tion of David Greenlee, kept 
the University musically en- 
tertained throughout the 
year. 

Half-time at Saturday after- 
noon football games were 
never boring when the 
Marching Maroons were on 
the field. 




The University Symphony orchestra, direct- 
ed by Dan Duncan, presents their first of 
four concerts this year. (Left) Verda Tudor 
, entertains the audience during the Parents 
Day talent show in October. 



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The Gifford and Pearl Bu- 
chanon theaters offered enter- 
tainment of a more theatrical 
nature. The plays "Angel 
Street/' "Tartuffe" and "Da" 
and the musical ~'Godspe 
were presented. 

"Angel Street," directed by Jay Fields, was the 
first fall production. Cynthia Bledsoe. Robert 
Hoagland (below) and Gene Elliott (right) are 
cast members. 





Students gain practical experience in their 
classes. Industrial Arts classes are held in the 
Fitzpatrick Building. The Campbell Building 
has facilities for artistic students. 



66 Student Life 





December graduating art majors showed their 
work in the Giles Callary. The exhibition, entitled 
"Raiders of the Lost Art" — a pun of a current 
movie, displayed the work of seniors Robin Caudill, 
Charlene Clifford, ). David Crowe, Angie Klocke, 
Randy McMillan and Susan Zimmerman. 



A student enjoys one of the art exhibitions held 
through the year in the Giles Gallery. 



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RIGHT: Henry Odum, Carol Cornett, Alan Babb 
and Ray Edwards re-living a memory in "Char- 
lie's" mind. BELOW: One of the better perfor- 
mances was given by Odum as the young 
Charlie providing most of the comic relief in the 
play. Tracy Remley plays "Mary Tate." 




Gene Elliott, as "Charlie," battles with his feel- 
ings toward his father, played by Alan Babb. 




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DA 



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"Da," billed as a contem- 
porary Irish comedy, was the 
third production presented 
by the University Theater De- 
partment. 

The play, written by Hugh 
Leonard, was about a man, 
Charlie — played by Gene El- 
liott — on the day of his fa- 
ther's funeral. Charlie dealt 
with his feelings of both love 
and resentment toward his 
father. 

Alan Babb provided the 
most convincing and in- 
depth characterization of 
"Da," a hard-headed dream- 
er telling his half-truths in his 
Irish brogue. 

Traditional Irish folk music 
before the play and during in- 
termission added to the at- 
mosphere of an enjoyable 
show. 





(ABOVE) Gene Elliott and Ray Edwards 
reminiscing after the funeral of "Da." 



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Dear Mom, 

I've finally made it through my first 
year of college but I thought I would 
warn you about my strep throat. Now 
don't get excited, they told me at the 
infirmary that it is really a common thing 
among college students. 

The infirmary is a real nice place, 
Mom. They treat me just like you do. 
When I had to spend the night for my 
concussion, they even brought me or- 
ange juice. 

Then there was the time when I 
sprained my ankle in P.E. They were 
nice enough to teach me how to use 
the crutches before they sent me back 
to class. 

I guess I should have written before 
now, but the people at the infirmary 
suggested that I have my wrist x-rayed, 
it seems I fell off the wall at Horny Cor- 
ner. 

Love, 

Your College Coed 
P.S. Don't worry, the cast will be off 
before I get home. 



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Outside of 



the Limelight 



Those students involved in a Sports Club may have 
been out of the linnelight at the University, but many of 
them shone among their competition. 

The clubs are basically on their own financially, so 
their strength varies from year to year, according to Jill 
Schindele, Sports Club Director. "We provide them 
with facilities, but basically, the students run the club." 
Money for travel, entry fees, uniforms etc. came from 
the team members. "These teams are made up of 
people who are committed to their sport," said Schin- 
dele. There are currently 16 Sports Clubs at the Univer- 
sity. 

SOCCER 

From a room that looked more like a lived-in den 
than a professor's office. Soccer coach and Speech 
and Theater Arts professor Dan Robinette spoke 
about the rewards and frustrations resulting from his 
work with the University Soccer Club. 



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The team didn't just come out on a field and kick a 
ball around, according to Robinette. Daily scheduled 
and pre-season practices were an indication that the 
team was not casual about its sport. "Our competitors 
don't view us as a club. We play teams with a fully- 
funded varsity teams on their campuses," said Robin- 
ette. "We are a varsity team except in terms of mon- 
ey." 

Their record was proof of that. The University Soc- 
cer Club has been the State Champion the last two 
years. 

Meeting expenses was the frustrating part of in- 
volvement with the Soccer Club. The University Sports 
Club program paid for referee fees, equipment and 
membership to the Kentucky Intercollegiate Soccer 
Association. The team picked up the rest of the tab 
including uniforms, cleets and traveling expenses. 

"I understand the University needing to save mon- 
ey, but it still is rather frustrating," said Robinette. "I 
could run a bonaf ide Soccer program on just what the 
University invests in tape for the football team." 



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Outside of 



the Limelight cont. 




jUDO 

The University Judo Club began as a spark in the 
mind of club president Price Jacobs five years ago. 
Since then it has become the largest Judo Club in the 
state. 

Without being able to offer scholarships, the Club 
could not recruit as well as fully-funded teams at other 
Universities. Almost all of the team members came to 
Eastern un-ranked, according to Jacobs, a senior Indus- 
trial Arts major and a third degree black belt. "Even 




74 Student Life 




though we can't get a good draw, we aren't 
doing badly," he said. Not doing badly includ- 
ed having two team members, Connie Hunter 
and Vickie Eckhart, place first and second in the 
State for two consecutive years, and then 
qualifying for the Nationals in Little Rock, Ar- 
kansas. The team also boasted four black belt- 
ed members. 

Achieving success among the competition is 
somewhat bittersweet when the recognition 
for it is at a minimum, according to Jacobs. "We 
have three trophies over four feet tall and no 
place to put them," he said. 






"I would like to see Judo made a minor sport here at 
Eastern," said Jacobs. "It's sad to see some of the other 
minor sports with people on full tuition when they 
aren't winning any championships." 



The frustration of meeting financial responsibilities 
with little share of the limelight could be tough to take. 
Was it worth it? "Beyond a shadow of a doubt," said 
Jacobs. "We have 75 to 150 people show up for our 
beginners classes, and the brown belt members teach 
them," he said. "We're going to make sure this thing 
doesn't die." 



Sports Club members learn skills such as leadership, 
fund raising and public relations that the coaches of 
varsity teams usually handle. "They may not see the 
benefits now, but they will in the future," said Schin- 
dele. "They really love their sport, and that results in a 
quality team member." 



Student Life 75 




Graduation Is A Family Affair 



A student sets herself apart from the crowd saying 
hello to "Pop" during the graduation ceremony. 



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Last spring, just like every other year, 
University students and their families 
gathered at Hanger Field to receive their 
reward for four years of studying and 
bill paying — a diploma. 

Mothers, fathers and grandparents 
gathered to witness the transition of 
their loved one from being a student to 
a member of the ''real world." 

For the student, graduating was a bit- 
tersweet experience. The satisfaction 
of accomplishment was marred by the 
sadness of goodbyes to friends that 
may only be seen again at class re- 
unions. The memories of lunch at Ma 
Kelly's, Thursday night downtown, Sat- 
urday afternoon football games and 
FHomecoming dances became a cher- 
ished part of the years that would later 
be called the best years of their lives. 

In one afternoon a lifetime accom- 
plishment was celebrated with those 
who made it possible — the student's 
friends and family. 





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After the speeches and "Pomp and Circum- 
stance," University students celebrate the climax of 
the last four years with mixed emotions. 




College graduation affects not only the 
graduate. Along with birth, baptism and 
matrimony, graduation is a family affair- 



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Kidd surveys the snowy field during tlie Boise State playoff game held in Idaho. 



Following the loss to Idaho State 
in the Division l-AA championship 
game, Head Football Coach Roy 
Kidd told the Colonels, "Don't 
mope around. Getting here is a hell 
of an accomplishment . . . We've 
had a great season." 

And what a season it was. With 
the guidance of Coach Kidd, the 
Colonels conquered the loss of 13 
starters from last year's team and 
went on to conquer football team 
after football team on the trail to 
the Pioneer Bowl. 

In recognition of Kidd's coach- 
ing talents he was named NCAA 
Division l-AA Coach of the Year 
for the second consecutive year. 
This season's victories brought his 
record at the University to 133-55- 
6, making him the all-time win- 
ningest coach in the Ohio Valley 
Conference. 



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Kidd is at home with his players on the sidelines- 



Appreciation of Kidd's accom- 
plishments also came from the 
Colonel's athletic conference, and 
he was chosen as Ohio Valley 
Conference Coach of the Year for 
the '81 season. 

Kidd first came to the University 
as a student. The Corbin, Ken- 
tucky, native excelled in both foot- 
ball and baseball during his colle- 
giate career and was named Ail- 
American in 1953. 

Following several successful 
years as a high school coach at 
Richmond Madison, he returned 
to college football as an assistant 
coach at Morehead in 1962, and 
came back to the University as an 
assistant coach in 1963. 

Taking over as head coach in 
1964, Kidd has been at the Colonel 
helm for 18 seasons. 




Kidd is swarmed by Colonel fans on the field following the Delaware playoff game at Hanger Field. 



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The fall of 1981 continued the establishment of the 
Colonels as a powerhouse in Division l-AA football. For 
the third consecutive year the team progressed to the 
national championship game of the four-year-old play- 
offs. For the second year the Colonels were the run- 
ner-up team in the title game, losing to Idaho State by a 
score of 34-23 in the Pioneer Bowl at Wichita Falls, 
Texas. 

For the city of Richmond, the University and the 
Colonel fans, football 1981 was A MATTER OF PRIDE. 



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Quarterback Chris Isaac raises his hands in triumph after scoring one of the eight touchdowns he made during the 1981 season. 



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Every team has its leaders; the players that stand out 
from the rest and go the extra mile. For a championship 
team like the Colonels, that extra mile resulted in out- 
standing performances and collegiate career records 
that a player in any division would be proud of. 

The navigator of the Colonels squad, quarterback 
Chris Isaac, was chosen as the team's most valuable 
offensive player. He completed 100-201 passes in 
1981, for 1,683 yards and had a career record of 266- 
456, passes for 3,611 yards. 

As the defensive leader defensive back George 
Floyd was selected as the Ohio Valley Conference 
most valuable defensive player. Floyd set a season 
record of 10 pass interceptions and was named to the 
Kodak l-AA First Team All-American Squad. 

His most memorable interception of the year came 
in the end zone against Murray State, a game the 
Colonels won 24-20. 

His season records included most punts returned, 
36, and most yards on punt returns, 314. 

Floyd also had a University teammate on the Kodak 
All-American Squad. Guard Kevin Greve, one of the 
offensive captains, was named to the group chosen by 
the American Football Coaches Association. 





Defensive Back George Floyd exhibits his 
quickness against the Western Kentucky Uni- 
versity Hilltoppers. 



Guard Kevin Greve dashes from the defensive 
line during the Western game. 

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In the 1981 Homecoming Game, the Colonels host- 
ed the Dayton Flyers, a team that held a national win- 
ning streak coming into the match up at Hanger Field. 

The Colonels snapped the Flyers' winning streak 
with a 14-3 score, but probably what the Flyers re- 
membered most about the game was an 87-yard re- 
verse for a touchdown by flanker Jerry Parrish. 

Parrish ended his career at the University this season 
and set individual Ohio Valley Conference records in 
two categories. He had a total of 2,072 yards for kick- 
off returns and averaged 28 yards for the best kickoff 
return average. 

Parrish was also among the players that set Universi- 
ty records this season with most kickoffs returned, 24, 
and most yards on kickoff returns, 716. 

And not all of the Colonels' season standouts were 
seniors. Sophomore Terence Thompson could have 
easily given senior tailbacks lessons in rushing. 

Thompson broke into the starting lineup after senior 
tailback Tony Braxton was injured during the second 
game of the season. 

He also set a new school record for rushing against 
the University of Akron Zips. Putting his mark in the 
record book, he rushed for 293 yards on 17 carries to 
break the old record of 252 set by Stan Mitchell in 
1975. Thompson missed setting an OVC record by 
only five yards. 




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Senior flanker lerry Parrish makes a catch during the Colonels' 63-10 win over Tennessee Tech 



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In addition to another national runners-up title, the Colonels added accom- 
plishment to achievement this season by setting new University records. 

The road to Wichita Falls also included winning the Ohio Valley Conference, 
with an 8-0 mark, for the first time since 1976. In addition, the OVC crown 
meant an on the road win over Murray for the first time in nine years. 

By the time the last game was over the team had amassed a four-year 
winning streak at Hanger Field, not losing in 25 home games since 1977. This feat 
also enabled the Colonels to set a new school record of 12 wins in one season. 

New records were not only set in the win category, but also in yardage, 
interceptions and extra point listings. 

A total of 5,006 yards were gained in 14 games, with 3,078 as the new total 
for rushing. 

The number of points scored during the season were 375, with other point 
records being set at 41 extra points kicked and 48 touchdowns scored. 

A team record was also set in pass interceptions, with a total of 26, 23 of 
which were intercepted by the secondary. 

New records were not easy to come by for the Colonel team. The season's 
schedule was rated the third toughest in the nation by the NCAA Statistics 
Service, with the team's card listed in the i-AA category behind Rhode Island 
and Connecticut of the Yankee Conference. 



Football '81 





EKU 


South Carolina 


26 


Youngstown 


26 


Navy 





Akron 


37 


Austin Peay 


41 


Middle Tennessee 


23 


Dayton 


14 


Western Kentucky 


19 


Murray 


24 


Tennessee Tech. 


63 


Morehead 


21 


NCAA Division I-AA Playoffs 




Delaware 


35 


Boise State 


23 


Championship Game 




Idaho State 


23 



OPP. 



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24 


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11 
20 
10 
17 

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Separating the men from the boys and determining 
champions was what the NCAA Division l-AA playoffs 
were all about. 

For the third consecutive year the Colonels were 
among the eight teams to vie for one of the two spots 
in the championship game to be held at the Pioneer 
Bowl in Wichita Falls, Texas. 

After the final drawings for the playoffs were made. 
Coach Kidd said he believed if the Colonels could 
make it to the Pioneer Bowl, they deserved to be 
there. Kidd knew that his team had a long hard road 
ahead of them if they made it to Wichita Falls. 

The first opponent for the colonels came to their 
home turf as they met the University of Delaware at 
Hanger Field. 

The home team used a last minute 32-yard touch- 
down pass from quarterback Chris Isaac to flanker 
Ranard McPhaul to beat Delaware 35-28 in a hard- 
fought battle. 

The next stop on the road to the Pioneer Bowl 
required the Colonels to take the Boise, Idaho, exit. 

In a game that was dominated by the Colonels, the 
team sought and got their revenge for a last second 
loss to Boise in the national championships last year by 
winning the game 23-17. 

Sophomore tailback Ed Hairston helped provide the 
strength and quickness the team needed to beat Boise 
and was selected as the most valuable player of the 
game. 

It was on to Wichita Falls. 




Split end Steve Bird carries the ball during the first game of the playoffs against 
Delaware 




Chris Taylor congratulates flanker Ranard McPhaul after his game-winning catch 
during the Delaware game. 



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Tailback Ed Hairston maneuvers through the snow at the Boise State playoff game. Played at Boise, Hairston was chosen as the game's most valuable player. 



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Tailback Terence Thompson carries the ball. 



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The middle of December once again found the Uni- 
versity charging up for a national championship game. 
Played in Wichita Falls, Texas, the Pioneer Bowl 
matched the Colonels against the undefeated Bengals 
of Idaho State. 

The team's third consecutive trip to the Division I- 
AA finals brought support from throughout the state as 
the Colonel Caravan traveled west to "Mash Idaho." 

Complete with a preliminary chili supper and down- 
town parade, the game proved to be a classic show- 
down between the Colonel's ground attack and the 
Bengal's air assult. 

Though the arms of quarterback Mike Machurek, 
who threw for 330 yards, Idaho State managed to stop 
the unstoppable Colonel defense. 

Down by 28-9 at the end of the first half, the Colo- 
nels scored 14 points in the second half, but still could 
not overcome the Idaho State offense and lost only 
their second game of the season 34-23. 

Despite the loss, the Colonels had found their place 
in the history books as the team that played in three of 
the first four championship games of l-AA football, and 
the University was established as a football power to 
be reckoned with. 

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. . . the oath of office for the 1981-82 cheerleading 
squad. Letting their enthusiasm and energy radiate, 
the squad led the football and basketball teams and 
fans in spirit throughout the seasons. This year's 
squad was one of the most traveled in the Universi- 
ty's history. They went to Annapolis, Maryland for 
the Navy game, to Boise, Idaho for the NCAA play- 
off game against Boise State, and to Wichita Falls, 
Texas for the Pioneer Bowl against Idaho State. 

Anticipation of another score shines in Carole Kimmel's eyes. 




Front Row: Lisa Flatt, Carole Kimmel, Camille Merchant, Renae Turley, Angela Hamilton, Diana Carr. Bacit Row: Mark Simmons, Doug Smilhson, Vaughn 
Leake, Mike Ernst, Lewis Kuhl, Howard Berryman, |im Rubel. 



Sports/Cheerleaders 95 



1982 - Season of Youth 




Freshman center Mike Budzinski battles for the tip during a jump ball against Austin Peay. Rieser is one of four 
transfer students on the '82 team. 



Before the 1981-82 basketball 
season began. Head Coach Max 
Good said, "Our season will be 
one which will be full of question 
marks, highlighted by youth and 
inexperience. They'll play hard, 
though, with a determination and 
intensity which hopefully could 
make us a respectable basketball 
team by the end of the year." 

Half-way through the season 
the Colonels were 3-14, and he 
was still optimistic. "Our goal is still 
to be a respectable ball club by the 
end of the year," he said. 

By the end of the season, how- 
ever, the overall record was still 
heavy in the loss column at 5-21. 

With only two returnees from 
last year's team, "youth" and "in- 
experience" were phrases that 
haunted the colonels throughout 
the season. 



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For Colonel Basketball 



This was also Good's first year as 
head coach and seven of the 
team's 14 players were freshmen. 

The Colonels were led in scor- 
ing by two transfer students, junior 
guard Jimmy Stepp and sopho- 
more guard Frank Baines. 

Despite the team's record. 
Good wasn't disappointed with 
the effort put forth by his players. 

"I haven't been disappointed. 
Period. I think the effort has been 
there and our execution has been 
fairly good," he said. 

Lack of disappointment, how- 
ever, did not take away the frustra- 
tions of the season. 

"You sit there and want to put 
your head in your hands and 
scream," Good explained, "With 
this team we've had to accept 
winning within losses. Even 
though in the final outcome, 
we've lost as far as the score is 
concerned, we have done some- 
thing well in many of our losses." 




Coach Max Good sets up a play during a time-out in the game against the Murray Racers. The 1982 season 
was Good's first year as head coach. 



Sports/Women's Basketball 97 




lunior forward Billy Rieser demonstrates his exceptional jumping ability against Northern Kentucky University. 



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Colonels In 
Action On 
The Court 



Junior guard Jimmy Stepp was one of three players to score 24 points in a game during 
the season and was a consistent leader in team scoring. 



Opponent 


EKU 


Opp. 


Butler 


86 


80 


Toledo 


65 


68 


Arkansas State 


56 


64 


Eastern Illinois 


65 


87 


Tennessee Tech 


60 


62 


Middle Tennessee 


51 


69 


Youngstown State 


57 


68 


Akron 


50 


46 


Indiana-Southeast 


59 


55 


Northern Iowa 


60 


69 


Western Illinois 


84 


100 


Western Kentucky 


65 


75 


Austin Peay 


60 


66 


Murray State 


60 


74 


Arkansas State 


67 


78 


Morehead State 


56 


68 


Northern Kentucky 


62 


64 


Youngstown State 


75 


86 


Akron 


63 


59 


Western Kentucky 


34 


61 


Austin Peay 


50 


51 


Murray State 


74 


80 


Dayton 


50 


84 


Morehead State 


73 


92 


Tennessee Tech 


81 


80 


Middle Tennessee 


55 


62 




Senior forward Jim Harkins matches his strength against Arkansas State. 



Sports/Men's Basketball 99 



Colonel Profiles For The Season 




Front Row: Keith Smith, manager; David Green, assistant trainer; Tim Voyles, manager. Second Row: Billy Rieser, Frank Baines, Ervin Stepp, )immy Stepp, Allen Feldhaus, 
Kenny Wilson, )im Harkins, Back Row: Pat Megel, grad. assistant; joe Alan Stepp, part-time assistant; Dave Dixon, Fred Emerson, Mike Budzinski, )im Chambers, Scott 
Daniels, Bruce Mitchell, Max Good, head coach; Bobby Washington, assistant coach 



100 Sports/Men's Basketball 



Freshman center Mike Budzinski looks for an open team 
mate as he prepares for a pass. 




Sophomore guard Frank Baines, one of the team's leading 
scorers, dribbles toward the baseline. 



101 



V ■• A' 




Senior forward Sandra Mukes grabs the basketball following a jump ball against Bellarmine. 



102 Sports/Women's Basketball 



Colonels Play Exciting Brand of Ball 




Sophomore guard Marsha Charles determinatively fights for possession of the ball. 




Coach Diane Murphy instructs Freda Hagan and Tina Wermuth before they return to the court. 



The women's basketball team 
was off to a quick start in the 1981- 
82 season. Compiling a 7-2 record 
early in the schedule, Coach Diane 
Murphy had a team she could brag 
about. 

With high hopes of improving 
from last year, the Colonels' talent 
often shined through despite suf- 
fering several losses, which includ- 
ed Florida A&M and arch-rival 
Western Kentucky. 

Featuring a balanced scoring at- 
tack, sophomore Lisa Goodin led 
the Colonels down the court as 
the leading scorer and free-throw 
shooter. 

Forwards Tina Wermuth and 
Sandra Mukes contributed to the 
team's performance, with the help 
of Chancellor Dugan, by maintain- 
ing scoring averages in double fig- 
ures throughout the season. 

Dr. Murphy was in her third year 
of coaching at the University and 
described the team as "working 
hard all year long" and "plays an 
exciting brand of basketball." 

The overall record of 14-16 was 
a disappointment to the team's 
ambitious performance at the be- 
ginning of the season. 

The Colonels averaged 76.0 
points and 45.8 rebounds per 
game. 



Sports/Women's Basketball 103 




Colonel > 





Karen Evans, a sophomore guard, looks for an open teammate as she dribbles up the court. 



104 Sports/Women's Basketball 



7tion On The Court 



Chancellor Dugan, a senior center, fights for the ball among the Tennessee Tech players. 




Sports/Women's Basketball 105 




Front Row: Stephanie Falk, Shannon Brady, Lisa Goodin, Karen Evans, Marsha Charles, Chancellor Dugan, Marcia Haney. Second 
Row: Sandra Mukes, Freda Hagan, Missy Gill, Wendy Harding, Susie Hampton, Tina Wermuth, Vivian Bohon, Velma Jordan, Jackie 
Bearden, manager Back Row: Nell Hensley, assistant coach; Diane Murphy, head coach; Karen Fishbaugh, graduate assistant coach. 



Shannon Brady, freshman center, rebounds the ball against Campbellsville. 




Opponent 


EKU 


Opp. 


Radford 


68 


71 


John Carroll 


93 


36 


Campbellsville 


102 


75 


West Virginia 


73 


65 


Cleveland State 


76 


52 


South Florida 


86 


60 


Tennessee Tech 


80 


78 


Middle Tennessee 


72 


77 


Marshall 


82 


61 


Florida A&M 


78 


80 


Western Kentucky 


87 


89 


Austin Peay 


72 


11 


Murray State 


59 


53 


Bellarmine 


100 


65 


Morehead State 


68 


87 


Louisville 


50 


62 


Northern Kentucky 


61 


74 


Western Kentucky 


61 


71 


Xavier 


86 


70 


Austin Peay 


79 


62 


Murray State 


90 


80 


Dayton 


67 


68 


Morehead State 


69 


80 


Ohio 


74 


64 


Tennessee Tech 


73 


92 


Middle Tennessee 


55 


62 


Louisville 


65 


72 


AIAW Region II Tournament 




UT-Chattanooga 


79 


75 


Vanderbilt 


78 


88 


East Tennessee 


50 


86 




Colonel 

Action 

Cont. 



Lisa Goodin, sophomore guard, leads the OVC in free throw percentage at 88 percent. 




Una Wermuth, a junior forward, battles a Tennessee Tech player for the basketball. 



Sports/Women's Basketball 107 



Field Hockey Is "Best Ever 



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The Colonels' field hockey squad finished 
the year with a 12-5-4 record. The team blast- 
ed through their first 10 opponents, going un- 
defeated. 

The high point of the season came when 
they swept the Big Ten by beating Ohio State, 
Purdue and Indiana. 

The team was beaten in the Region II tourna- 
ment by North Carolina, 2-0. 

Wilma Howard, a junior, led the team with 
10 individual goals for the season. Four seniors 
that had started since their freshmen year also 
led the team: Jean Dickson, Theresa Lang, Laura 
Purdy and Debbie Wright. 

Coach Lynne Harvel described the team as 
"my best team ever at Eastern." 



Opponent 


EKU 


Opp. 


Miami 


1 





Ohio St. 


1 





Purdue 


3 


2 


Indiana 


2 


1 


Wooster 


1 


2 


Region II Tourn. 






North Carolina 





2 



108 Sports/Field Hockey 




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Front Row: Debbie Wright, lean Dickson, Laura Purdy, Trese Lang. Second Row: Anne Daugherty, Carol Ann Lankford, Robin 
Forhecz, Wilma Howard, Teri lohnson, Vicki Woodard, Suzanne Hastings, Tracy Wilson, Kathleen Boughton Last Row: Coach Lynn 
Harville, Mary Gavin, Teresa Powell, )ulie Theil, Lisa Loran, Tami Phillipi, Linda Wilke, Margo Roberts, Pat Halpin - student trainer, 
Nancy McKittrick - graduate assistant 



Sports/Field Hockey 109 



Women's 

Tennis 

Matures 

During 

Fall Season 




Kristy Spangenberg returns the ball in a match against Morehead. 



The women's tennis team, coached by Martha Mul- 
lins, compiled a 5-8 win-loss record during the fall 
season. 

The five seniors on the team were described by 
Mullins as "the heart of the middle line up whose 
maturity and experience served us well." 



The outstanding player for the season was senior 
jacqui Powell. 

"Powell stepped in for both singles and doubles to 
assist the team's overall match record significantly. She 
worked hard and kept pushing with heart." Mullins 
said. 




Front Row: loey Rupert, Susan Wilson, Kristy Spangenbert, Vicki Pope. Second Row: ] 

Paula Castoro, Mendy Penn. 



I Denny, )acqui Powell, Fran Watson, 



110 Sports/Women's Tennis 




Opponent 


EKU 


Opp. 


Morehead 


2 


7 


W. Virginia 


8 


1 


Univ. of Louisville 


3 


6 


Purdue 





9 


E. Tennessee St. 


7 


2 


Murray 


3 


6 


Univ. of Tennessee 


1 


8 


Univ. of Kentucky 


2 


7 


WKU 


5 


4 


Middle Tennessee 


4 


5 


Minnesota 


3 


6 


Arkansas 


9 





Cincinnati 


9 






Senior Mendy Penn relaxes at the net following a match against Morehead- 




Mendy Penn prepares to return a serve. 



Sports/Women's Tennis 111 



Volleyball Season Ends At Region 



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The Colonels Women's volleyball team 
ended their season with a 36-11 record. 
The squad's victories included first place 
finishes in four tournaments, the EKU Invi- 
tational, Michigan Invitational, OVC Con- 
ference Championship Tournament, and 
the Smokey Mountain Classic at the Uni- 
versity of Tennessee. 

The four top returning players were 
Laurie Briggs, Deanne Madden, Lori Dun- 
can, and Nancy Stoeckle. Three of these 



returning players were given recognition 
for their performances in tournaments. 
Laurie Briggs was named to the All-Tour- 
nament team at the Smokey Mountain 
Classic, Deanne Madden was chosen for 
the EKLI Invitational All-Tournament team 
and was also named to the AIAW Region II 
All-Tournament team in Raleigh, N.C., and 
Nancy Stoeckle was named to the All- 
Tournament team at the Pittsburg Invita- 
tional and at the Smokey Mountain Clas- 
sic. 




112 



Front Row: Charlotte Gillespie, )oan Messerkncht, Lori Courtney. Second Row: Tracey lohnson, Laurie Briggs, Ramona McCovern, 
Lori Duncan. Third Row: Sandy Carrel, Michelle Tecca, Nancy Stoeckle, Deanne Madden, Kay Bieger. Last Row: Dr. Ceri Polvino — 
head coach, Lynne Palazzolo - manager, Kelly Irwin, Donna Reed — assist, trainer, Sarah Pelster - grad. assist., Jeff Potter - grad. 
assist. 




Ramona McGovem spikes the volleyball as Laurie Briggs prepares for the return. 



Nancy Sfoeckle spikes a return as loan Messerknecht looks on. 



Tournament 


Place 


EKU Invitational 


First 


Michigan Invitational 


First 


Ohio Valley Conference 


First 


Smokey Mountain Classic 


First 


AIAW Region II Tournament 


Third 




113 



Women's Cross Country Members Make Nationals 




Eve Combs and lenny Taulbee pace themselves through the cross country 
course at Arlington, the University's country club. 



Determination. 

This was the word Coach Sandra Martin used to 
describe her 1980 cross country team. 

According to Martin, the team did "very well" con- 
sidering how young they were in terms of experience 
at a collegiate level. Nevertheless, the team improved 
tremendously in one season. 

Freshman Lisa Renner, from Cincinnati, Ohio, and 
Sophomore Maria Pazarentzos, from Springfield, Ohio, 
qualified for state and later the two advanced to re- 
gionals and nationals, respectively. 

In their regional competition, Renner placed second 
and Pazarentzos placed third, and Renner also won the 
OVC Championships. 

The team placed third in the KWIC conference and 
third in the OVC Championship. 




Front Row: lenny Taulbee, Lisa Renner, Maria Pazarentzos, Karen Haden, Stephanie Wetzel. Back Row: loan Talbert - manager. Sue Ellen Roark ■ 
Scherer - grad. asst., Melissa Shore, Brenda Wood, Jill Molden, Coach Sandra Martin, Iris Amos, Lisa Graham, Eva Combs, Jean Syrait. 



manager, Kathie Ellen 




lill Molden outdistances her Murray competitor in a home match. 



Opponent 


Eastern 


Western Ky. 


1st 


Illinois St. Invitational 


11th 


University of Tennessee 




Invitational 


7th 


Lady Bucks CC Invitational 


3rd 


KWIC 


3rd 


OVC 


3rd 


Region II 


Renner 2nd 




Pazarentzos 3rd 



Eve Combs Is greeted by Maria Pazarentzos at the finish line. 




Men's Cross Country Places Third In OVC 




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The University of Kentucky meet begins at the University's cross country course at the Arlington Country Club. The Colonel's dropped that meet to the UK team. 



116 Sports/Men's Cross Country 




The 1981 men's cross country team 
had a respectable year, with several 
performers doing better than was ex- 
pected. Coach Rick Erdman was proud 
of the seven-member squad that 
placed third in the Ohio Valley Confer- 
ence. 

Top performers on the team were 
Tim Mack and Tim Langford. Both 
scored in the top ten in OVC competi- 
tion. Mack and Langford were the only 
competitors from the team to go to re- 
gional competition. 

Also performing well was junior Mike 
Johnson, placing high in several meets 
throughout the season. 



Jerry Moore catches his breath after crossing the finish line 
In a nnatch against the University of Kentucky. 



Meet 


Place 


Univ. of KY Inv. 


8 out of 11 


All-Kentucky Meet 


5 out of 7 


Univ. of Cincinnati 


Won 


Morehead 


Won 


Univ. of KY 


Lost 


OVC Championship 


Third 




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First Row: Tim Mack, Bryce Allman, Terry Lakes Last Row: Tim Langford, Herb 
Head, Kevin Lewis, Mike Johnson, Rick Erdman - head coach. 

Sports/Men's Cross Country 117 



Gymnasts Finish Final Season 




Front Row: John Schmidt, Richard Kitchings, David Emerson, Tom Phillips. Back Row: Dave Cole, Assist. Coach; Peter Ruffu, Dale Gibbon, Co-capt.; Leonard Kannapell, 
Dave Smith, Co-capt.; Mike Witzerman, Dr. Gerald Calkin, Head Coach. 



It was an emotional year, as EKU 
said goodbye to its men's gymnas- 
tics team, after 13 years of compe- 
tition. Because of cuts in the athlet- 
ic budget, gymnastics is being 
dropped as a competitive sport. 
Paced by senior co-captain Dave 
Smith and sophomore all-around 
man Peter Ruffu, the team finished 
the season v^^ith a record of 7-8, 
including finishing second out of 
five tough teams in the prestigious 
Miami Cup Invitational. The team 
also competed in the Southern Re- 
gional Competition in Atlanta, 
Georgia. Peter Ruffu set a new 
team record in the all-around this 
year with a score of 51.2. Head 
coach Gerald Calkin said of his 
team, "They are the finest group 
of gymnasts Eastern has ever had." 




Mike Witzerman presses a handstand on the parallel bars. 



118 Sports/Men's Gymnastics 



OPPONENT 


EKU 


OPP. 


Kent State 


212.65 


242.14 


Miami 




137.85 


Ball State 


221.70 


249.25 


Yellow Jacket Invit.: 


First 




Jacksonville State 


216.45 


202.40 


Georgia 




230.70 


North Carolina St. 




234.40 


Memphis State 




237.65 


Georgia Tech 




238.15 


Miami Cup: 


Second 




Miami 


207.40 


160.00 


Cen. Michigan 




160.20 


East. Michigan 




188.10 


Ball State 




249.90 


Slippery Rock 


221.90 


220.25 


Miami 


217.90 


136.15 


Georgia 




230.30 





Mike Witzerman, top, and Tom Phillips, both freshmen, compete in their first 
and final season. BELOW: Sophomore Peter Ruffu performs on the still rings as 
assistant coach Dave Cole watches. 





John Schmidt, a freshman from Miamisburg, Ohio, executes an L-seat on the rings. 



Men's Gymnastics/Sports 119 




Gymnasts Go Out In Style^ 
A.I.A.W. Regional Champions 



While most of the University student body ate 
home cooked meals or basked in the Florida sunshine 
over spring break, eight young women worked out in 
the overly warm Weaver gym in preparation for their 
final bow as a University sport at the A.I.A.W. Regional 
Championships at East Tennessee State U. The gym- 
nasts had something to prove. Perhaps they wanted 
the University to feel bad about losing a good program 
to budget cuts rather than feel good about losing a bad 
program, but in any case, it was appropriate that the 
gymnasts went out in style — winning style. 

At the season's finish, three University records were 
broken, 17 regional awards won, three regional titles 
captured, and the gymnasts won their first-ever 
A.I.A.W. team championship. 



Co<aptain Laura Madden per- 
forming on the balance beam. 




Front Row: Sue Law, Cheryl Behne, Elaine Hoke, Kim Jenkins, Vicki Ashley. Back 
Row: Laura Spencer, Laura Madden, Shelley Gustin, Debbie Isaac. 



120 Sports/Women's Gymnastics 





Senior Cheryl Behne performs during the floor ex- 
ercise competition. ABOVE: Sue Law demonstrates 
the fine precision and timing of working the un- 
even parallel bars. 




OPPONENT 


EKU 


OPP. 


Indiana St. 


127.5 


131.85 


Kent St. 


125.55 


131.05 


Miami 




105.15 


Louisville 


131.2 


138.1 


Georgia CoL 


128.75 


125 


Univ. of Ala. 




140.05 


Univ. of Ca. 




140.25 


ETSU 


130.65 


129.45 


lames Mad. 




1269 


Va. Tech. 




85.3 


Miami 


131.1 


104.2 


EMU 




133.45 


Ball St. 




123.4 


UK 


137.15 


138.9 


W. Car Univ. 


127.7 


93.4 




Co-captain Laura Spencer 

shows the artistic elegance of 
the floor exercise. Spencer won 
the Regional Floor title with an 
impressive 8.95. LEFT: Poise and 
precision are necessary ele- 
ments for balance beam per- 
forming as demonstrated by 
Elaine Hoke. 



Sports/ Women's Gymnastics 121 




Electrifying Eels 
Hold Tough Schedule 

EKU's electrifying Eels were led to their victories by 
head coach Dan Lichty, who entered his 7th year as 
head coach and his 13th year with the Eels. Coach 
Lichty was assisted this season by Tim Cahill, Scott 
Barber and Chris Gray. 

The Eels held a very tough schedule and some stiff 
competition from the Big 10, S.E.C., Big 8 and from 
some of the top independent schools in the Mid- 
West. 

Much of the success came from Brian Conroy, a 
junior from Satellite Beach, Florida, and Scott Behymer, 
a junior from Vero Beach, Florida. These two outstand- 
ing swimmers were urged on by their team captain, 
Louis Fister, a senior from Lexington, Kentucky. 



Steve Meerman is greeted by Greg Dodge and Benson Spuring at the end of a 

race. 




122 Sports/Swimming 



Carl Porter, a Vanderbilt swimmer, and Ben Meisenheimer dive into the water during a match the Eels won 63-50. 




Opponent 


EKU 


Opp. 


Marshall Univ. 


41 


72 


Univ. of Tenn. Relays 


Third place 




Youngstown St. Univ. 


Forfeit 




Union College 


73 


40 


Indiana St. Univ. 


50 


63 


Vincennes 


90 


23 


Vanderbilt Univ. 


63 


50 


Univ. of Louisville 


66 


47 


Univ. of Kentucky 


38 


75 


W. Kentucky Univ. 


64 


49 


Southern III. Invit'l 


7th out of 10 




Ohio Univ. 


53 


59 


Ky. Intercollegiate 


First place 




Champs. 






Mid-West 






Championships 







Down Row: Lee Springmeier, Jim Scott, Steve Whitson, Keith Haden, Ben 
Meisenheimer, Eric Smith, Steve Meerman, Scott Behymer, Ai Raven, Greg 
Dodge. Bottom Row: Ed Heeg, Bryan Oberg, Scott Vennefron, Kyle Burke. 
Middle Row: Donald Combs, Bret Yoder, Louis Fister, Capt. Top Row: David 
Rolf, Benson Spurling, Bryan Conroy, Carl Porter. 





Lisa Steck and Coach Dan Lichty time the events of the Eels competitions. 



Steve Meer.nan a junior backstroker from Gainesville, Florida, plows through 
the water during a meet. 



Sports/Swimming 123 



Rifle Team Places 
Third In Nationals 




Karen Long was team high scorer in the NCAA National Finals. 



Despite cutbacks in the athletic budget, the Univer- 
sity rifle team proved themselves this year by capturing 
the third place overall finish in the NCAA National 
Championships. Karen Long led the team with 1,165 
score in small bore competition, followed by Dan Dur- 
ben with 1,164. 

Sgt. Nelson Beard, the rifle team coach stated, "Even 
when the budget has been cut, if you've got the spirit 
. to win, you can win." 

A few highlights from this season, included placing 
second overall at Ohio State, and finishing first in the 
air rifle competition. They also placed second in small 
bore and third in air rifle at the Western Kentucky 
University Tourney, and finished first in small bore and 
air rifle competition at the University of Kentucky Tour- 
ney. 

Sgt. Beard said, "I feel very confident in saying that 
four of our members will make All-American this year." 
Some of their outstanding members this season are 
Kimberly Floer, Karen Long, and Dan Durbin. 

"We're really pleased with the team and the fine 
season they've had, and all five of our shooters are 
eligible to attend the U.S. Olympic tryouts," conclud- 
ed Sgt. Beard. 



Front Row: Mike Bender, Anna Hogrefe, Karen 
Long, Dan Durben. Back Row: Ron Wigger, Kim 
Floer, Coach Sgt. Nelson Beard, Mark Bender, Terry 
Sievert. 




124 Sports/Rifle 



Western Kentucky University 
Tournament 


Second Place 
Third Air Rifle 


East Tennessee 


Second Small Bore 
Third Air Rifle 


Eastern Kentucky University 
Tournament 


Second Place 
Third Air Rifle 


Xavier 


Second Small Bore 
Second Air Rifle 


University of Kentucky 


First Small Bore 
First Air Rifle 


Tennessee Tech 


Third Small Bore 
Second Air Rifle 


Murray State 


Second Small Bore 
Second Air Rifle 


NRA Sectionals 


Second Place 




Dan Durben is a member of the first team All-Amerlcan squad and a 1984 Olympic hopeful. 



Sports/Rifle 125 



Colonels Swing 
Into Action 



When the 1980 golf season opened Coach Ray 
Struder found himself with only two returning seniors. 
These members were Mike Frey and Gary Fischer. 

The Colonels, who were the reigning OVC champi- 
ons from 1980, had to defend their title during 1981. 
Yet even with their hard work, when the season end- 
ed, the Colonels found themselves fourth in the OVC. 

Unknown until the end of the season was the fact 
that this was Coach Struder's last year. Bobby Seaholm 
was named as the new coach for the 1982 season. 




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Dave Sironen hits a short pui 




126 Sports/Golf 



First Row: Mark Wheeler, Mike Frey, Steve Haulska, Gregg Shawn, Jeff Joyce. Second Row: Tom Shelton, 
Howard Logan, Dave Sironen, Scott Sweeny, Todd Finney, Mike Goldston, Darryl Donavan, Tim Dauginan, 
Jerry Clark, Dave Smith, Mark Veith, Brian Gruzynski, Gary Fischer. 



Tournaments 




EKU Fall Classic 


3rd 


Murray State Classic 


6th 


Buckeye Classic 


2nd 


Edison Community College Inv. 


1st 


Rolling Hills Intercollegiate 


1st 


Pine Hurst Intercollegiate 


11th 


Colonel Classic 


2nd 


Marshall Invitational 


7th 


Kentucky Intercollegiate 


3rd 


OVC Championships 


4th 




Mike Frey tries for a putt. 



Mike Frey tallies his score after finishing his round of play at the Arlington 
Country Club course. 




The 1981 EKU Baseball team had a record setting 
year for victories with 37 wins, 21 losses, and one tie, 
according to head coach Jim Ward. 

The team placed second in the OVC tournament 
behind Middle Tennessee, with three members 
named to the All-Conference team: Mark Klein, Jeff 
Lehkamp, and Dominic Perrino. Scott Earl was named 
to the second team of the NCAA All-South Regional 
Team. After graduation Earl signed with the Detroit 
Tigers. 

Dave Carroll, Scott Earl, Bud Friess, Mark Klein, Jeff 
Lehkamp, Joe Meyers, Scott Quesnel, and Mike 
Woehler all had outstanding batting averages above 
.300. Jeff Lehkamp led the Colonels with his batting 
average of .376. 

Pitcher David Bault contributed to the Colonels re- 
cord setting year with his 2.74 ERA. 




1981 

Was Record 

Setting Year 

For Colonels 




Scott Earl performs for the Colonels in the outfield, as well as maintaining a 
batting average of above 300. 

128 Sports/Baseball 



Mark Klein concentrates for the throw after tagging a player out. 



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Front Row: Kevin Larabbe, Dave Carroll, Rocky Pangallo, Steve Rebholz, )amie Elswick, Phil Uhlman, Kevin Kocks, co. capt., Scott Earl, Dominic Perrino, Mark Klein, Clen 
Norman, mgr. Second Row: Jim Scanlon, Jeff Lehkamp, |oe Myers, Mike Woehler, )im Wrobleski, Greg Anderson, Paul Clark, )eff Craft, Bud Fries, co. capt Steve Engel, 
Scott Sims, grad. asst. coach. Last Row: Brent Bramblett, grad. asst. coach, Gary Buel, Barney loesph, Mike Strong, Jim Harkins, Marty Haney, Gene Walter, Greg Jennings, 
David Bault, Doug Peddicord, Scott Quesnel, Jim Ward, head coach. 





Scott Quesnel connects for a long drive. 



Joe Myers slides safely into base during a game against Eastern Michigan. 



Sports/Baseball 129 




Pitcher Steve Engel concentrates on his follow-through. 




Bob Freiss makes a slide attempt. 



130 Sports/Baseball 



Record Breaking Season cont. 




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Amid a cloud of dust, Gary Buel makes a successful tag. 





EKU 


Opp. 


N. Carolina 


3 


6 


James Madison 


9 


8 


Delaware 


21 


6 


Delaware 


3 


9 


Xavier 


15 


2 


Xavier 


3 


2 


Cincinnati 


17 


1 


Cincinnati 


14 


2 


E. Michigan 


13 


11 


E. Michigan 


4 


9 


E. Michigan 


12 


5 


E. Michigan 


5 


4 


Bellarmine 


7 


8 


Bellarmine 


14 


12 


Marshall 


4 


3 



Marshall 


12 


5 


Louisville 


5 


4 


Louisville 


6 


3 


Akron 


10 


1 


Akron 


10 


6 


W. Kentucky 


1 


3 


W. Kentucky 


6 


18 


Kentucky 


7 


9 


Georgetown 


6 


5 


Georgetown 


3 


1 


Morehead St. 


3 


10 


Morehead St. 


3 


1 


Middle Tenn. 


6 


9 


W. Kentucky 


11 


8 


Austin Peay 


6 


4 


Middle Tenn. 


5 


12 



Sports/Baseball 131 



Men's Track Places 
Fourth In OVC 



The 1981 men's track team had their best OVC 
performance in sometime, according to head coach 
Rick Erdman. 

Spurred on by a tremendous team spirit, the team 
placed fourth in the Ohio Valley Conference meet and 
tied with Clemson and the University of Arizona for 
33rd place, against more than 200 powerful teams in 
the NCAA championship meet held in Baton Rouge, 
Louisiana, 

Like a carbon-copy of last year, Kenneth Glover, a 
senior from Gladstone, VA, again had an outstanding 
season. Glover, a three time Ail-American holds the 
OVC indoor and outdoor track record, and won the 
high jump event in the prestigious Penn Relays. 

Glover's teammate Kelvin Lewis, a junior from De- 
torit. Ml, won the 800 meter OVC champion. 





Rick Estes competes in the long jump. 



Front Row: Dave Holt, Otis lones, Nate 
Wriite, Kenneth Glover. Bob McNichols, 
Rick Estes Second Row: Scott Cress, 
leff Schultz, Noel Didier, Billy Pinkston, 
Rick Faulkner Third Row: Sam Cross, 
Kevin Johnson, Kelvin Lewis, Sam Blan- 
ton, Ray lohnson. Fourth Row: Fred Bis- 
sell, Dennis Creekmore, lerry Pate, Eric 
Wirel, Andy Crowley, Terry Lakes. Fifth 
Row: Tim Langtord, Roy Slaughter, 
Frank Jenkins, Bryce Allmon, Dave Per- 
kins Last Row: Rick White, Miles jack- 
son, Mike Barnard. Lawrence Combs, 
Steve Angerman, Stan Curry. 





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Men's Track 


'81 


Inter-squad Meet 


unscored 


University of Florida 




Relays 


unscored 


University of Kentucky 




Relays 


unscored 


Dogwood Relays 




(University of Tennessee) 


unscored 


Marshall University 




(Invitational) 


unscored 


Tom Samuels Invitational 


unscored 


University of Pennsylvania 




Relays 


unscored 


Young Games 


unscored 


OVC Outdoor Championship 


4th 


NCAA Championship 


tied 33rd 



Kelvin Lewis pushes himself toward a win. 




Lawrence Combs and Otis Jones run in a relay against University of Kentucky 
and Ohio track teams. 



Sports/Men's Track 133 



Women Challengers 
Make Nationals 



This year's women's track team did reasonably well. 
They finished 3rd in the OVC after being defending 
champions from both seasons prior. The team had two 
women qualifying for the AIAW Championships. Ju- 
nior Holly Foster competed in the 100-meter hurdles, 
and Sue Schafer, a senior, participated in the 5000- 
meter run and placed 5th overall in the national com- 
petition of that event. Schaffer was named All-Ameri- 
can for the second time in her career. A promising 
freshman this year was Maria Pazarentzos, who fin- 
ished 2nd just behind Sue Schaefer in both the 1500 
and 3000-meter runs in the OVC Championships. The 
team also finished 4th in the KWIC Championship this 
year. 




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Front Row: lanice Textor, Holly Foster, Jill Molden, Ins Amos, Vickie Hulette, Cindy Miller, Andrea Taylor, Becky Crawley, 
Andrea lohnson. Second Row: Sondra Ward, Fran Etherington, Maria Pazarenzzos, Lauren Geiss, Karen Haden, Sharon 
Walker, Mane Ceisler. Back Row: Grad. Assit. Betty Mills, Trainer Donna Reed, Mgr Terry Spears, Barb Fennell, Eve Combs, 
Dana Taylor, Susan Schaefer, Mgr. Nancy Hesse, loan Talbert, Trainer Kim Powell, Head Coach Sandra Martin. 



134 Sports/Women's Track 




Iris Amos takes the baton from Jill Molden, 

Sharon Walker catches up with her opponents in a relay race. 



Women's 


Track 


'81 


Ohio State 






Invitational 




5th 


University of Tennessee 






Invitational 




3rd 


Purdue University 






Invitational 




3rd 


Mason Dixon Games 




unscored 


Morehead State University 




Invitational 




3rd 


Georgia Women's 






Invitational 




unscored 


Kentucky Relays 




unscored 


Murray State University 






Invitational Women's Track 




Meet 




7th 


Bec1<y Boone Relays 




9th 


KWIC Championship 




4th 


OVC Championship 




3rd 




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President 
j. C. Powell 



President J.C. Powell addresses University students. 




President Powell discusses budget problems and proposes solu- 
tions during an interview with Alumni Magazine editors 




President J.C. Powell addresses University students. 



138 Academics 




In 1981 budget cuts were the main concern of ).C, 
Powell, president of the University. Powell comment- 
ed, 'lately budget cuts have come so thick and fast 
that it's hard to keep track of which one you're talking 
about. 

"Early in 1981, we were advised of a reduction in our 
state appropriation for 1981-82. It not only continued 
the reduction we had experienced the previous year, 
but added to it about another $1 million. So, in effect, 
our appropriation for the present fiscal year is around 
$2 million less than was originally approved by the 
1980 general assembly. 

"We are examining a no-increase budget for 1982- 
83 which, actually, turns out to be a reduction budget 
when we consider the impact of inflation. After meet- 
ing increases in fixed costs, we have to find the money 
someplace. It becomes even more of a reduction 
when we try to give the faculty and employees pay 
adjustments somewhere near the cost of living in- 
creases." 

Powell concluded that considering double digit in- 
flation, the University has lost 30 to 40 percent in 
effective purchase power. To combat this, additional 
resources are needed in these areas. Evidently these 
resources may not be available. 



President Powell generates students support at University's Higher Education 
rally. 



Academics 139 



University 
Vice- 
Presidents 



The University Vice-Presidents have more responsi- 
bility than many students are aware. They are compa- 
rable to tires on a vehicle. If you only have one tire the 
vehicle will not function; but as a set they work togeth- 
er to cause movement. If you disassemble the divisions 
or forces that work together to make the University a 
success, you would find the commanding leaders of 
each to be the Vice-Presidents. 

Earl Baldwin is the University Vice-President of Busi- 
ness Affairs. He is responsible for all business services 
and transactions for University. 

The Vice-President of Public Affairs is Donald 
Feltner. His position deals with the recruiting of stu- 
dents and alumni affairs under the Division of Universi- 
ty School Relations. He is additionally responsible for all 
communications under the Division of Public Informa- 
tion, and job placement action under the Division of 
Career Development and Placement. 



President of Student Affairs and Research, John 
Rowlett, is the overseer in handling student registra- ^ 
tion, class scheduling, and curriculum alterations. fl 

The Vice-President of Public Service and Special Pro- 
grams, William Sexton, rules the Division of Television 
and Radio, the Administration and Academic Comput- 
ing Services, and the University Archives. 




Vice-President of Public Affairs, Donald Feltner 



140 Vice Presidents 




Vice-President of Public Services and Special Programs, William Sexton 




Vice-President of Academic Affairs and Research, )ohn Rowlett 



Vice-President of Business Affairs, Earl Baldwin 



President-Emeritus 
Dr. Robert R. Martin 

President-emeritus Robert R. Martin ran unopposed 
for re-election to the state senate in November. As a 
senator, Martin has been an outspoken supporter for 
higher education and member of the Appropriation 
and Revenue Committee. 

Having spent much of his life working in higher 
education, he brought unique knowledge and histori- 
cal perspective to the problems facing the regional 
universities in Kentucky. 

His dedication to and support of the University was 
evident when he appeared at the higher education 
rally held in October. He encouraged the 2,000 stu- 
dents present at the rally to voice their support for 
higher education before policies were put into effect 
that could have a devastating effect on their educa- 
tion. 




Dr. Robert R. Martin 




Dr. Martin speaking at the Student Association's rally for Higher Education. 



142 Academics 





Tim Crawley 



Dr. Rodney Cross 





Beverly Yeiser 



Hallie Shouse 





Board of Regents 

The Eastern Kentucky University Board of Regents 
approved a request for state general fund appropri- 
ations increase for the 1982-1984 budget. Among the 
items needing attention are faculty and staff salary 
increases and improvement of the academic comput- 
ing services. The U.S. Department of Education grant- 
ed $100,000 to support the projects part. 

Two new members took their seats this year on the 
board. Dr. Rodney Gross of Grayson, Kentucky and 
Tim Crawley, a 20-year old sophomore from Cam- 
bellsville, were the new additions. 

Dr. Rodney Cross is the first black member appoint- 
ed to Eastern's board. His appointment was made by 
Gov. John Y. Brown and is for a six-year term. 

Tim Crawley was elected by the student body last 
spring for the student regent seat. The new student 
regent's term is for one academic year. 

The officers chosen for the 1981-82 year were 
Charles Combs, chairman of the board; |.W. Phelps, a 
newly appointed vice-chairman; Dr. Doug Whittlock, 
a first-time secretary of the board; Mrs. Donna Mas- 
ters, assistant secretary; and Earl Baldwin, reappointed 
board treasurer. 



Dr. Keith Algier 



jerry Ikerd 







)ohn Keith 



Robert Begley 



Chairman Charles Combs 



Vice-chairman |.W. Phelps 

Academics 143 



GRADUATE SCHOOL 



With the addition of the Community Nutrition Pro- 
gram, the Graduate School currently offers the Eastern 
community 34 registered degree programs, as well as 
numerous program options. The School also offers 
seven specialist degrees that fall between a masters 
and a doctoral degree, and two joint doctoral pro- 
grams with the University of Kentucky. 

The Graduate School serves about two thousand 
students at the University's campus in Richmond, and 



through its extension system in southeastern Ken- 
tucky, it also reaches an additional six hundred. 

Dean Charles H. Gibson said that despite loss of 
revenue due to educational cutbacks, the Graduate 
School will continue to operate its programs stressing 
■ efficiency and effectiveness. He said that emphasis will 
continue to be placed on the quality of the professors 
conducting graduate level courses, as well as the quali- 
fications of the Graduate School applicants. 




Dean of Graduate School, Dr. Charles Gibson 



144 Academics/Graduate School 




Assistant basketball coach Karen Fishbaugh is also a graduate 
student. 



Graduate student Dan Tobergate passes out 
class cards dunng December pre-registration in 
the Political Science Department 



Academics/Graduate School 145 




146 



Karen Bullock Chosen as 
Hall of Fame Entry 

Miss Karen ). Bullock, a Biology Pre-Medical major 
from the college of Natural and Mathematical Science, 
was awarded the 1982 Hall of Fame Award. 

"I felt pleased someone had enough confidence in 
me to recommend me for the award," Bullock said. 

Bullock will be attending the 1982 class. School of 
Medicine, University of Kentucky. 

Bullock was president of the Caduccus Club and the 
Collegiate Pentacle and Senior Advisor of Lambda Sig- 
ma. 

The recipient of the Hall of Fame Award was chosen 
from a group of outstanding students — one student 
from each of the seven colleges at the University. A 
committee, formulated by president J. C. Powell, made 
the decision of the Hall of Fame entrant. 





147 



College of 

.Allied Health and Nursing 



In 1981, the College of Allied Health and 
Nursing began with Diana Weaver as acting- 
dean. Dr. David Cayle, returned as dean of 
the college in January following a sabbatical 
leave. According to Weaver, budget cuts af- 
fected the college in the area of equipment. 
Instead of buying new equipment to replace 
old equipment, the college opted for repairs 
to extend the use of equipment. 

Outstanding student Angela Mahler said, 
"I felt 1 received the award because I was 
able to balance my extracurricular activities 
with my academic studies." 

Sister Mary Agnes Wilson, outstanding 
teacher, was thrilled and surprised about the 
award. "I feel the key factor was having the 
great concern for the students," said Wilson. 



Sister Mary Agnes Wilson, outstanding teacher for the 
college. 




David Gale, College of Allied Health and Nursing Dean. 



148 






Medical Records student retrieves file for quantitative analysis of 
patient's record. 



College of Allied Health and Nursing outstanding student, Angela Mahler. 




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Acadennics 149 



College of 
Applied Arts and Technology! 



The College of Applied Arts and Technology is re- 
markably diversified. The college is composed of agri- 
culture, home economics, industrial education and 
technology, mass communications and military science 
departments. 

Dean Kenneth S. Hansson, stated that cutbacks 
have been apparent in the college. According to Hans- 
son, the college's largest challenge is keeping its equip- 
ment up-to-date. The cost of the equipment is rising, 




Dean Kenneth Hansson 



and it is costing more to keep the equipment in good 
working condition. On a light note. Dean Hansson, 
offered some advice to the students, "Take care of the 
equipment. We may not be able to replace it." 

Even with the cutbacks, the college is still growing 
adding two new programs: Community Nutrition and 
an Associate Degree in Quality Assurance. This is the 
first year these programs have been offered. The col- 
lege also offers an excellent cooperative program. This 
is for students who want to receive working experi- 
ence in their field of study. 

Dean Cannon owes the honor of being chosen as 
outstanding teacher from the College of Applied Arts 
and Technology to the teachers who taught him. 
"Teachers teach how they are taught, and if I'm a good 
instructor, I am reflective of my teachers before," he 
said. 

Karen House, the choice of outstanding student 
from the College of Applied Arts and Technology, said 
the honor was "totally unexpected." "It really sur- 
prised me because I transferred from Sue Bennett Co- 
lege," she said. House is a senior journalism major. 




Dean Cannon outstanding teacher for the College of Applied Arts and Technol- 
ogy 



150 Academics 



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Outstanding student for the college, Karen House. 




Crowing plants in the green house involves transplanting and tender-loving 
care. 



Agriculture students work first-hand with farm equipment. 



Academics 151 



College of 
Arts and Humanities 



The College of Arts and Humanities opens a door 
through which you learn to be creative and express 
yourself. The college feels its purpose is to prepare the 
students for their careers. 

Although, Dean John M. Long points out, "Getting 
an education is not just to train yourself. Our hope is to 
provide a well-rounded, broad base of understanding 
and start seeing the relationship of things." 

The College of Arts and Humanities offers courses in 
art, English, several foreign languages, interdisciplinary 
humanities, music, philosophy and religion, and 
speech and theatrical arts. Most of these departments 
have their own clubs and special activities. 

Some good examples of these are the performing 
arts and ensemble each year, the art department has 
art exhibits and demonstrations from the students and 
faculty, and the theatrical department provides us with 
four or more major plays a year. You do not have to be 
a major of Arts and Humanities to take part in many of 



these events. Several hundred students from all areas 
are involved each year. 

One major accomplishment for the faculty of the 
College of Arts and Humanities is a new event they 
started last year. They held a college symposium at 
Maywoods, where eleven papers were presented and 
discussed concerning issues of teaching and student 
responses. Dean Long feels this was a very worthwhile 
event and is planning another for this April. 

Dr. Charles Whittacker, outstanding teacher from 
the College of Arts and Humanities said, "It isn't what 
you do but how you do it that matters for something 
to be effective. Primarily what counts is my method of 
using techniques," when asked why he received the 
award. 

Kristie Conn, outstanding student from the College 
of Arts and Humanities, expressed her feelings on win- 
ning the award as this, "I guess it just takes a lot of hard 
work and being in love with what you are doing." 




152 Academics 



Dean John Long from the College of Arts and Humanities. 




Charies Whrtaker, outstanding teacher for the College of Arts and Humanities is an 
associate professor English. 





Concentration and dedication bring these students the reward of beautiful music. 




Kristie Conn is honored by the College of Arts and Humanities as the outstanding 
student for the college. 



We all have the ability to create or destroy within our hands. This young man 



chose to create. 



Academics 153 



College of 
Business ■ 



The rapid growth in the College of Business enroll- 
ment from 600 undergraduate majors in 1974 to four 
times that many in 1981 has led to a proposal to restrict 
student admissions into the College of Business, ac- 
cording to Howard Thompson, dean of the College of 
Business. 

Thompson said that in this seven year period, while 
the number of students quadrupled, faculty size had 
only doubled from 32 to 67, so that the average num- 
ber of student credit hours taught per faculty member 
also nearly doubled. As a result, according to Thomp- 
son, the choices were to hire more people or restrict 
enrollment. "We chose to propose enrollment restric- 
tions," Thompson said, citing the high cost of recruit- 
ing and retaining faculty as one of the factors involved 
in the decision. 

The restrictive admissions policy, still in the proposal 
stage, will differ at least in one respect from the restric- 



tive admissions policy followed by the College of Al- 
lied Health and Nursing in that there will be no quotas. 

When the question, "What is your philosophy on 
teaching" was posed before Dr. Manab Thackur, out- 
standing teacher from the College of Business, the 
.reply was, "Knowledge is something that doesn't 
mean anything unless you can disseminate this knowl- 
edge in their own understandable words. That is the 
challenge I would provide to other teachers. 

Julie Thompson, outstanding student from the Col- 
lege of Business, was asked how she felt upon winning 
the award and she replied, "I was surprised. I'm sure it 
was a tough decision. I've always had a motivation to 
study and being involved with the data processing 
management association helped me get to know oth- 
er people in my program, therefore making it more 
fun." 



Dean Howard Thomp- 
son meeting with doctor- 
ial candidates - lanna 
Vice, Sue Cain, Dean 
Thompson, and Vic 
Messmer. 




154 Academics 



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Julie Thompson, outstanding student for the College of Business. 





A typical conversation 
with a computer for 
many students is "Good 
morning. You are doing 
experiment 9 this week. 
Before we can begin, I 
need some information 
from you ..." 



Academics 155 



College of 
Education 



Focusing on the quality of the teachers produced by 
its programs, the College of Education continued its 
commitment to excellence this year. Beginning with 
the testing of the basic skills of its applicants, the col- 
lege carried this theme through its programs, culminat- 
ing with the competency examination of the graduat- 
ing teachers. 

Cuts in the education budget have affected all fac- 
ets of the College of Education, but Dean Dixon Barr, 
the first and only dean of the college, said that despite 
the shortage of funds, the college is functioning at an 
unprecedented rate of efficiency. He points to the 
new masters program option in education and the 
increased interest about in-service days as evidence of 
the college's successful programs. 

In-service days consist of workshops and discus- 
sions, and practical studies in the laboratory school. 




Dean Dixon Barr from the College of Education. 



Upon receiving the out- 
standing student award from 
the College of Education, Lisa 
Thompson said, "I'm really 
honored. I'm interested in 
what I'm doing. I have been 
encouraged by my teachers, 
friends and family." 

Roberta Hendricks, out- 
standing teacher from the 
College of Education, said 
"I'm pleased that they give 
this award for people doing 
well in their field. What 
means most to me is that the 
students and alumni make 
the decision. There are a lot 
of teachers that deserve this 
award, and I am honored to 
receive it." 



156 Academics 




Roberta Hendricks was honored by the College of Education as outstanding teacher for the college. 




Lisa Thompson, outstanding 
student for the College of 
Education, is working with a 
Model Lab school student. 



Academics 157 



College of Health, 
Physical Education, Recreation, and Athletics 





The Eastern Dance Theatre demonstrates the beauty of dance. 



Dean of the College of H.P.E.R.&.A., Russel M. Bogue, 



The College of Health, Physical Education, Recrea- 
tion and Athletics has touched on the curriculum of 
every student here at the University. It gives the stu- 
dent the opportunity to combine the mental and 
physical aspects of education in a way that is enjoyable 
and important in physical care. Recreation plays a very 
important role in our generation. Thanks to technol- 
ogy, there is more and more leisure time and fitness has 
taken its well-deserved place in our lives. The College 
of Health Physical Education, Recreation and Athletics, 
has set its goals on teaching the importance of physical 
exercise, health education and the proper knowledge 
that will allow the most benefit. 

Dean Bogue of the College says, "The most impor- 
tant thing for a student to do is acquire a well-rounded 
education. Physical education is a part of that well- 
rounded education. To perform the physical qualities 
you must use your mind power." 



When asked how the budget cuts had effected the 
college. Dean Bogue replied, "As of right now, it hasn't 
effected us a great deal. When the time comes that it 
does, the only way to cope with it is to do away with 
some things we've had in the past." 

Dean Bogue leaves as a challenge to the students of 
the University; "All of us have different God-given 
talents. No matter what your talent may be, develop it 
in a manner that will allow you to help other people. If 
you use your talent in this way, you know you're the 
best you can be." 

The outstanding teacher from the College of Health, 
Physical Education, Recreation and Athletics was 
Sheryl J. Stephan. When she was ask how she felt 
upon receiving the award she replied, "I felt very 
proud that the students and alumni thought that highly 
of me. I was very honored." 



158 Academics 




Crystal Williams, the 
outstanding student 
from the college said, ''I 
appreciate all the help 
and support from the 
Health Education De- 
partment staff and in- 
structors. I was very 
honored." 



Crystal Wiflums, outstanding student from the College of H.P.E.R.&.A. 





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The importance of CPR is stressed 



Dr. Sheryl J. Stephan, outstanding teacher from the College of H.P.E.R.&.A. 



Academics 159 



COLLEGE OF LAW ENFORCEMENT 



Dean Robert W. Posey views the college of 
Law Enforcement with pride. The college includes 
the department of police administration, depart- 
ment of corrections, department of fire preven- 
tion, the traffic safety institute and a new addition 
— the department of security and safety. The 
college and its programs are known throughout 
the country for excellence and Dean Posey con- 
tributes the success of his college to the staff that 
he has been able to secure. 

The pride of the college also extends to the fac- 
ulty. Dr. Terry C, Cox, from Salem, W.V.A., was 
chosen as the college's outstanding teacher. He is 



a graduate of the University of Akron, and came 
to the University from the Cleveland Police De- 
partment in 1978. When asked about the award 
that he received he replied, "\ try to give my 
students the most. I do not believe in a straight 
lecture, class participation is what 1 strive for. I feel 
that if the students get involved in the discussion 
they will learn more from it." 

The outstanding student for the college of Law 
Enforcement was Susan Lewis. When asked 
about the award she said "The reason that I was 
picked is 1 have been involved in organizations 
and the college and stayed involved, and good 
grades helped a little too." 





Dean Robert W Posey 



Susan Lewis 



Dr. Terry C Cox 
160 Academics/Law Enforcement 






students use this machine to analize different substances for chemical mal<e up. 



Students track their man. 




Circuits can be alarming, as these students are finding out. 



Academics/Law Enforcement 161 



College of 
Natural and Mathematical Sciences 



If the mad scientist in you is coming out, 
your mind seei<ing knowledge and your 
hands hungry for creation, the College of 
Natural and Mathematical Sciences could 
be the place for you. It covers six depart- 
ments including the biological science, 
chemistry, geology, natural sciences, 
physic/astronomy, and the mathematical 
science. 

Dean Donald Batch says the only real 
problem the college is having at this time is 
with the budget cuts. The enrollment in 
the college has increased 10 percent and 
the budget has decreased 10 percent. The 
college is in need of scientific and comput- 
er equipment, classrooms, faculty, and ex- 
perimental supplies. 

Dean Batch feels his goal to the stu- 
dents is this: providing them with the best 
education and the facilities that the bud- 
get can support. "The students are here to 
get an education and I'll try to do my best 
job of providing the faculty and proper 
courses for them." 




Dean from the college of Natural and Mathematical Sciences, Donald Batch. 



Dr. William Farrar is the 
outstanding teacher from the 
College of Natural and Math- 
ematical Sciences. Describing 
his feelings on winning this 
award and what qualities 
should be represented, he 
said, "I was very surprised 
when I won the award. I think 
that you have to have a cer- 
tain amount of dedication 
and desire to help others. Pa- 
tience plays a very important 
role in dedication. 



162 Academics 





Predsion and accuracy are essential 
during chemistry experiments as this 
student demonstrates. 



Experiments sometimes give lab stu- 
dents unexpected and surprisingly inter- 
esting results. 



College of 
Social and Behavorial Sciences 



The College of Social and Behavioral Sciences has 
been affected by the budget cuts. The college has met 
the new challenge by borrowing faculty members, 
securing volunteer workers, and using student panel 
discussions as a learning experience. 

The budget cuts have brought about a decision to 
review the curriculum in order to make the classes 
more efficient. 

Although the budget issue is closed. Dean Enzie's 
office is always open. Dean Enzie's duties leave him on 
a busy schedule, but he still finds time to train his 
golden retriever. 

Susan Morris, selected the outstanding student of 
the college, said "Td like to give credit to the atmo- 
sphere at Eastern and my instructors for their support 
and encouragement. Without this, I might have not set 
my goals as high, and ultimately might not have ac- 
complished them." 





Cartography, map-making, is an Involved process as this student demonstrates. 



Dean Russell Enzie, the College of Social and Behavorial Sciences. 



164 Academics 




Rhonda Susan Morris, outstanding student from the College of Social and Behavoriai Sciences. 





Dr. John Curra, outstanding teacher from the College of Social and Behavoriai Sciences. 



A University instructor gives a student pointers on the latest fad. the Rubik's 
Cube. 



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Patricia Anne O'Connell 


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Elizabeth Gary Palmer 


Edward Lee Bowling 


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Charlotte G. Browning 


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Karen Jeanette Bullock 


Harry James Peterson 


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William Michael Roberts 


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Ronald K. Rogers 


Meribeth Curry 


Alycia Ivy Rozen 


Beth Anne D'Amico 


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Christine L. Schweitzer 


Linda Rae Drake 


Joseph R. Schwendeman 


Karen Sue Fox 


Carol A. Seay 


Michael A. Goforth 


Gregory Scott Shave 


Thomas Timothy Manner 


Marsha Hinkle Sherman 


Karen S.R. Hatter 


Barry Kenneth Short 


Bryan Edwin Hedrick 


Jeffrey Alan Smiley 


Karan Lynne Hewitt 


David M. Smith 


Terri L. Hild 


Barry Teater 


Charles R. Hill 


Stephanie K. Temple 


Karen L. House 


Lisa Thompson 


Holly Jean Jones 


Agnes Turner 


Lisa Kaye Jones 


Alice S. Westbrook 


Mavis Jones 


Mary Sue Westermeyer 


Peggy Judkins 


Cynthia Gail Whalen 


Douglas B. Lefler 


Gaye A. Willis 


Joyce Garrett Leftwich 


Gayla A. Wilson 


Anita J. LeMaster 


Lisa A. Willoughby 


Robin Lee Lovely 


Stacey L. Wuilleumier 


Judy Elaine Mayfield 


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student Association Battles 
Proposed Budget Cuts 



The Student Association governs the University's 
student body. Under the leadership of President Carl 
Kremer and Vice-President Neil Dimond, the SA de- 
voted their year to many worthwhile projects, includ- 
ing fighting the budget cuts proposed to the University 
by Governor Brown. 

The Rally for Higher Education was held on October 
20, in the fountain area. Students, faculty, and the 
media turned out to hear such dignitaries as President 
J.C. Powell and Senator Robert R. Martin. 



Other projects this year included the first graduation 
ceremony for December graduates, sponsoring the 
Book Exchange Directory (BED), and sponsoring the 
University Pals program for Brockton kids. They also 
provided council for students who went before the 
disciplinary board. 

Other proposed policy changes included longer 
open house hours, improved mail service, and exten- 
sion of library hours. 




Front Row: Keith Palmer, Rich. Comm.; Laura Hodgin, PR.; |oe Kappes, Acad. Affairs; Linda Pierce, Stu. Rights and Resp.; Carl Kremer, Pres.; Sandy Beck, Adm. Assist.; Neil 
Dimond, VP; Lisa Wray, Elections; Annette Ohimann, Fin Comm.; Gina McEnaney, Comm. on Comm. Second Row: Sally Gill, Linda Chandler, Keith Hill, Barb Calvert, 
Tanna Hicks, Linda Cossman, Lesa Wimsatt, Rhonda Richert, Stacie Kuhn, Colleen McCrady, )ean Finley, Kay Chandler, Caria Morehead, Gaye Bush, lohanna McQuilkin, 
Karen Mitchell, Debbie A. Wilson, Pamela A, Shirley, Nancy A. Oeswein. Back Row: William C. Presson, Chmn. of Con. Comm.; Kevin L. Fitzgerald, Steven K. Whitson, 
W, Scott Robertson, Doug Young, Barb Harris, Lynette Moldrem, Karen Hansson, Lisa Nordheim, Ronald |ohns, Kevin Lothridge, Valerie Gianopulos, Andrew W. Cecil, 
Terr! Dimond, Randall Powell, David White, Charles W. Hatfield, Greg Dodge, Steve Kuhn, )ohn Martin, Chris Outlaw, Michael H. Blaser, Kyle Burke. 



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The president and his Cabinet 
make up the Executive Council. 

Six or seven other members are 
appointed heads of the various 
committees within the Student 
Senate. Committees include the 
Richmond Committee, Student 
Rights and Responsibilities, Public 
Relations, Academic Affairs and 
Committee on Committees. 

Front Row: Cina McEnaney, Comm. on Comm.; Sandy Beck, Adm. Assist.; Carl Kremer, Pres.; Neil Dimond, V.R; Annette Ohimann, Fin Comm.; Keith Palmer, Rich. 
Comm. Back Row: Joe Kappes, Acad. Affairs; Linda Pierce, Stu. Rights and Resp.; Lisa Wray, Elections; Laura Hodgin, PR.; Tim Crawley, Student Regent. 



The Student Court is the nine- 
member board whose purpose is 
to represent the student body. 
They settle any issues that arise 
and affect the students through- 
out the year. The Court is made up 
of at-large senators, as well as 
those chosen from each college. 





Front Row: Susan Tobergate, Walter Howard Jr., Charles D. Fortney, Mike Behler, Margaret Hill Back Row: 
Mark David Bender, William Lord Mansfield, John Theodore Klaren, Steven Wayne Johnson. 



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HIGHER tm 




This 
year's 
relatively 
young staff 
worked hard 
to maintain the 
high standards in 
the 1982 edition of the 
Milestone that have 
been carried over from 
those of the past. Many long 
hours of hard work and dedica- 
tion went into making this edition 
the quality book that it is. 
Editor, Karen House and Managing Edi- 
tor, Missy White gave much strength to 
the staff with their yearbook ability and ex- 
perience. 
The pictures and the words contained in this book 
represent the year that was 1981-82, and the life on 
campus as seen through the eyes of the staff. 



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Blackerby, Monte Darland, Will Mansfield, Mike Hall, Jannene Boehm, Marie Turk. 



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ABOVE: ). D. Crowe expresses how students feel about 
pending budget cuts. BELOW RIGHT: Kevin Crimm shows 
one of the implications of Governor Brown's proposed 
budget cuts. 




Progress describes the effort of the University's newspaper staff as 
they covered such subject areas as state budget cuts for universities, the 
reasoning behind the cuts and the implications for the student. 

The "People Poll" covered student's concerns, such as national and 
state budget cuts, drunk driving and marijuana penalties, public non- 
smoking areas, over-crowded dormitories and dorm maintenance. Edi- 
torial cartoons provided different views of El Salvador, Poland, "Reagan- 
omics" and state budget cuts. 

The 60-year old publication also began operating under the Depart- 
ment of Mass Communication for the first time in several years. The 
group has started doing their own typesetting and paste-ups. The week- 
ly publication served as a laboratory experience for students in journal- 
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Rrsf Row: Stephanie Ceromes, News Ed., Mary Ann McQuinn, Adv. Rep., Markita Shelburne, Editor. Second Row: Marilyn Bailey, Advisor, Shanda Pullian, Org. Ed., 
Michelle Ertel, Sec./Bkpr., Steve Walters, Phot. Ed., Mary Luersen, Mang. Ed , Tim Eaton, Feat Ed., Beth Wilson, Arts Ed., Lora Shaffer, Adv Ed., Scott Wilson, Sports Ed. 



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An exciting football season was made even more 
exciting by the colorful halftime and pregame perfor- 
mances of the EKU Marching Maroons. Under the 
direction of David C. Priester, the Maroon Band per- 
formed at all six home games and travelled to More- 
head for the EKU-Morehead State game. The band, 
approximately 130-members strong, was led on the 
field by Drum Majors Tracy Gilbert and Mischa Dun- 
nington. Many hours of practice went into preparing 
for each performance. Besides performing at pregame 
and halftime, the band worked with the cheerleaders 
to encourage and promote spirit at the games. The 
band is assisted by Graduate Assistants Thomas Cole- 
man and David Jones. Director of Bands is Dr. Robert 
Hartwell. 




TOP: The excitement of the game is reflected in the glasses and the horn of this trombone player. BELOW: Marching Maroons perform before a Homecoming crowd of 
19,700 at Hanger Field. 



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Marching Maroons 
Showmanship In 
Action 





The Jazz Band, a popular attraction at home games, keeps the crowd in the 
stands entertained. 



TOP: This trumpet player blasts a note on his trumpet during a performance. 
BELOW: Majorettes provide a touch of beauty to the bands performance. 




A chorus line of band members "gets down" to the music at a home game. 



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Music, Music, Music 



The campus was indeed "alive with the sound of 
music" this year as the Department of Music continued 
some old traditions and began some new ones. 

Handel's "Messiah," which began in Italy in the 17th 
century, celebrated its 50th Anniversary Performance 
in Brock Auditorium on December 13. The Concert 
Choir, University Singers and EKU Symphony Orches- 
tra combined their talents to present the famous ora- 
torio. The soloists were EKU faculty members. 

The University Singers held various concerts 
throughout the year and also sponsored the Madrigal 
Feast at Christmas. 

The instrumental musicians were not to be outdone 
either. Concerts were given throughout the year by 
various groups including the concert band, symphony 
orchestra, string orchestra, jazz band and numerous 
small ensembles. 

Whatever your taste in music, something could be 
found to please you, thanks to the efforts of the De- 
partment of Music. 




University Singers perform in one of their many concerts this year. BELOW: 
Drummer Jeff Miller intently watches his music during a performance of the 
Symphony Orchestra. 





University Orchestra, under the direction of conductor Dan Duncan, performs in concert in Brock Auditonum. 






David W. Greenlee leads the University Singers in their annual fall concert. 



ABOVE: Violinist Rhonda Blevins performs with the Strong Orchestra. 
BELOW: The full String Orchestra performs in Cifford Theatre. 



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The Accounting Club is an or- 
ganization for accounting majors; 
its purpose, to acquaint members 
with accounting procedures and 
the business world outside of 
classes. This year, the club pre- 
pared free tax returns for low-in- 
come families as part of the Volun- 
teer Income Tax Assistance Pro- 
gram. Club members also tutored 
accounting students in need of 
help and provided trips to show 
the practical aspects of account- 
ing. 

Front Row: lames H. Jennings, Treas , Linda K. Griffith, Pres., Lavaun Davidson, Sec, Donna Hale, V.P., Ken Griffith, Advisor, Kevin Duvall. Second Row: Ed Turner, Greg 
Land, Mark Hutchens, Charlotte Browning, Selma |o Carruba, Tammy Scott, Kathy Geist, Laurie Reinstedler, Charles Hughes. Third Row: Karen Conyers, Donna Hahn, 
Kelly Gathers, Emily Ayres, Anita Mudd, Kim Abell, lean Finley, Mary Bach, Karen Talbott. Back Row: Ken Smith, Michael |. Conley, |oe Barnes, Robert S. Cioiek, Chris A. 
Humphrey, William C. Britton, Verna Baker, Kim Wagner, Teresa Singleton, Michael B. Napier. 



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The Association of Childhood 
Education International consists 
of education majors whose pur- 
pose is to promote the interest of 
students and youth in the teaching 
profession. Members got the op- 
portunity to meet with other edu- 
cation majors outside of the class- 
room. Since they received no 
funding from the University, the 
club sponsored many money- 
making projects in order to send 
members to the national confer- 
ence. 




Front Row: Kelly Payne, V.P Elect, )enny Bramstedt, Sec, Liba Jeffries, V.P, lennifer Mills, Pres., Tim Hanner, V.P, Caria Moore, V.P Elect, lennifer Wells, Pres. Elect. Second 
Row: Melanie Davis, Linda Whitehead, Elva Roberts, Karen Hatter, lackie Frost, Debbie Brown, Laura Neikirk. Third Row: Cathy Gaebler, Stephanie Hellmann, Kaye 
Payne, Jill Denny, Lisa Willoughby, Melody Flynn, Tammy Bahm. Back Row: Mark Hayden, Karan Hewitt, Patrice Richwalsky, Vicki Eckart, Mabel W. Jennings, Go-spon., 
Alfred Morris, Co-spon., Glanna Durbin, Sharen Conyers, )im Truesdell, Cheri Pelfrey. 



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The Association of Fire 
Science Technicians is a so- 
cial club for people who are 
interested in fire service. The 
association is in theprocess of 
setting up a scholarship pro- 
gram for Fire Prevention and 
Control majors. The club's 
biggest activity was a trip to 
Memphis for the Fire Instruc- 
tor's Conference. During the 
association's three years at 
Eastern, they have been giv- 
ing fire prevention programs 
in each of the dormitories. 



Front Row: left Trojan - V,P., Dwayne Towles, Glenn Drees - Treas.; Mark 
Craber. Back Row: David Goodrow, Christopher Boden, lohn Tanger - Pres.; 
Michael Paul, Michael Morris, leffrey Thomas, Gary Rutz, Greg Slapleton - Sgt.- 
at-Arms; Bill Hellard, Ron Hopkins, Ann Pierce - Sec; David Yeager, Bernard 
Krumenacker 




The Association of General Con- 
tractors is an organization for con- 
struction technology majors, that 
promotes involvement for construc- 
tion students. The main purpose of 
the club is to allow its members to 
keep in touch with the construction 
industry. Members benefit from the 
club through guest speakers who ap- 
pear at the University. Two members 
of the Association of General Con- 
tractors went to a dinner each month 
in Lexington for an informative meet- 
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Front Row: Ron Snider, Estill Horton, Randy Adams, Charles Bowsher, Back Row: 
Mitchell Wylie - Treas.; Pam Bisping, Debbie Dunn — Sec; Robert Eifeit — Sgt.- 
at-Arms; Howard Law - V.P; Dave Middendorf - Pres. 



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lerri McCarter, Karen Hans- 
son, lames Abston, Larry 
Creenwell, Ray Shuler, Glen 
Harrison Second Row: Glen 
Hayes - Sponsor, Hazel 
Stout, Beth Sebastian, Cayle 
Willoughby, Debbie Call, Lisa 
.Alexander — Sec Ray Mar- 
cum — V-P, Karen French — 
Pres Back Row: Elaine lonc- 
zak, Samuel Deacon, James 
Caldwell, Bill Lake, lackie la- 
cobs. Piety Abell, Terri Lynch, 
Timothy Crouch, Tim Tingle, 
Mark Metcalfe, Fahd Huth- 
aul, Frank Snapp, Paul Don- 
aldson, Diane Corbett, Wil- 
liam Quillar, Paul Greenwell, 
Dean Newby - Rep., Nick 
Carter - Treas., Debbie 
Barnes. 




The Agriculture Club functions to promote the 
Study of agriculture to its members. It is open to any 
student interested in the field of agriculture. This year's 



activities included a cheese sale during the fall, a lawn- 
mower clinic, and a spring alumni banquet. 



The Association of Law 
Enforcement is a club open to 
all students of the College of 
Law Enforcement. ALE's pur- 
pose is to help law enforce- 
ment majors in fostering a 
deeper awareness and better 
understanding of law en- 
forcement and other related 
fields. This year the group had 
a bike registration, helped 
members locate jobs through 
their annual Career Days, and 
had a spring banquet to hon- 
or their outstanding mem- 
bers. 




First Row: Terry Lyons, Ed Taylor - Sgt.-at-Arms; ludy Jacobs — Sec; Keith Hill - Pres.; Mark Bess - Treas.; Bart 
West - V.P; Don Simpson. Second Row: loe Stephany, William Price, Lisa Kern, lames Fields, Everett Roberts, 
Rosemary Husted, Thaddeues Ziarkowski, Manlyn Lakes, Garnett lones, lacqueline Truesdell, lames Atwood, lustin 
Thomas, Douglas Kinney, Back Row: Scott Blakely, Barb Moser, May Hinzman, Dan lackson, Richard Marcum, 
Suzanne Wells, Teri Lynch, Steven Phillips, Sherri Pogue, Diane Feger, Mark Lynch, Robert Rose. 



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Front Row: Cheryl Gregory, Vicki Kiper - V.P.; Michele Paul — Sec; Debra A. 
Revel!, Brad Davis, Laura Tilley, Cynthia Callaway, Shell! Hendren. Second Row: 
Alan Wallace. David Hammonds, Donna Williams — Advisor; Larry Poole, Renee 
Everett, Robin Clark, |udy Smith — Pres.; Aimee Bordas, Kim Allen - Act. Chpn. 
Back Row: Donald R. Cain - Co- Adv.; lames W. Bennett, lames Isaman, Tom 
Sipple, Norm Kelley, Bill Million, Tim Mays — Treas.; Greg A. Pettit, Marisa 
Madras, Tammy Dixon, Vida Bonacci, Pam Holtzclaw, Dan Dixon. 



Alpha Epsilon Rho is an 

honorary to encourage and 
reward scholarship and ac- 
complishment to outstanding 
professional broadcasting 
students. This year the group 
participated in two conven- 
tions, one in Nashville during 
March and the other in Lex- 
ington in November. This 
year members helped pro- 
duce a radio show, commer- 
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hospitals and candidates. 



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Marcum - Natl, Pres ; Emily Kurtz, Beth Tittle, Toni Turniseed, Marilyn L Lakes 
— Sec; Bart West - Pres.; Terry Lyons, Cindy Thornburg, Back Row: Lisa Kern, 
Rosemary Husted, Suzanne Wells, Teri Lynch, Dan lackson, Steven M. Phillips, 
Stuart I Logan, Doug Carmichael, Keith Hill, Alan Booth, Thaddeus 1. Ziarkowski. 



Alpha Phi Sigma is an hon- 
or society formed to recog- 
nize and promote high schol- 
arship among students in the 
College of Law Enforcement. 
New members participated in 
a fall initiation and the society 
held a spring banquet recog- 
nizing them. This year the so- 
ciety sponsored a Vehicle 
Identification Program and 
presented a series of pro- 
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Association celebrated itsfirst 
year at the University. At the 
present time it consists of 35 
members. The AMA is a mar- 
keting club open to anyone 
interested in marketing and 
advertising. The AMA helps 
its members become familiar- 
ized with marketing tech- 
niques and how they relate to 
the business world. During 
AMA's first year at the Univer- 
sity they participated in Mar- 
keting Day as a part of Busi- 
ness Events Day and spon- 
sored a film on advertising. 
Speakers also discussed the 
business of organizing a pro- 
fessional chapter. 




Front Row: lennifer lones, Kelly Rigg — Treas., Carol Seay — Sec, Linda Cossman — V,P, Tom Lay — Pres. Second 
Row: Janice Woodhams, Lisa Billeter, Ram Bowles, Terri Hild — Corr. Sec , jerry Hamilton — V.P, Membership. Third 
Row: Valerie Cianopulos, Nikki Willis, Allen Graves, Loreen Travis Back Row: Kevin L. Bruner, Melanie Y Wills, 
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ation is the only professional 
organization for artists at the 
University. The ASA gives its 
20 members an outlet to 
work with other people who 
are also interested in art. Be- 
sides serving as an outlet to 
work in art, the association 
gives its members a chance to 
experience art in the best 
way. Each year they take trips 
to museums and art exhibi- 
tions. ASA also does work for 
the campus community. Dur- 
ing the past year they helped 
McGregor with their oper- 
ation "Facelift" by painting 
the recreation room and date 
lounge. They also worked in 
conjunction with a fraternity 
on an art competition that 
benefited Juvenile Diabetes. 




Front Row: Chris Madden, lulie Foster, Anita Hagan, Glenna Yancey — V.P, Moira Dempsey - Sec. Second Row: D. 
Dewey - Sponsor, Sally Irving, Cheryl Fessler, Paul Stamps, Vira McGeorge, Nancy Lee Dreier - Hist., Diane 
Shoemaker - Publ., Dallas Moses - Treasurer. Back Row: Tony Smith, Christopher Arnold, Tony Logan, David 
Williams, Craig Thompson, Debbie Wright — Pres. 



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First Row: Joyce Christman, Tammy Hill, Carrie May, Janice Martin, Sherry Puckett, Chnsty Lee, Vickie Wiley, Norma Casey, Nancy Cockel, joy Abner, Connie Kramp, 
)ana Vandry, Robin Stotts. Second Row: Debra Baker, Ruby Shawler, Beth Mclntyre, Mis. Co., Mary Cosby, Bapt. Yng. Wo., leri Watson, Sharon Highfill, Soc. Act. Co., 
Tina McFarland, Com. Co., Molly Kirkwood, Pres., Susan Berry, Soc. Co., Linda Wilcoxson, Spec. Min. Co., Alan Swisher, Int. Co., lanet Boothe, Cen. Outreach Co., 
Becky Newkirk, Nancy Walkup, Carolyn Warren. Third Row: Renee Smith, Nancy Elliott, Robin Farley, Larry Lawrence, Sandy Newkirk, Dianne Cummins, Michele 
Foreman, Keith Stillwell, Spir. Life Co., Ron Livingood, Choir Dir., Chuck Westrick, V.-Pres., Tom Son, Wor. Co., Mark Cain, Rec. Co., Connie Sipple, Leslie lohnson, Krista 
Wyrick, Bambi Sutherland, Linda Williams, Kathy Plummet. Fourth Row: David Schlatter, Michael Hayes, Dale Sexton, Tom Thomas, Billy McKoy, Melanie Vincent, Melissa 
Vincent, Marcia Hesler, Anita Messer, Cindy Ehlian, Ram Burns, Dana Reed, Teresa Cain, Theresa Hardy, Susan Cheap, Donna Champion, Todd Blevins, leff Duncan, Kim 
Combs, Dane Snowden, Tony Watkins, Brad Fleming. Back Row: Richard Cezarn, Amy Schnorr, Arthur O'Bannon, Eddie Martin, limmy Horn, Marsha Negley, Alice 
Cooper, Ray Heliman, )ohn Spencer, Marty Bishop, Larry Puckett. 



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The Baptist Student Union is a Christian organization for stu- 
dents founded over 50 years ago. Since its founding, they have 
provided a ministry to the University in many ways. The ministry 
was carried to several areas through puppets, the small singing 
ensemble "Revelation," clowns, and their prison ministry. The BSU 
also provided fellowship this year through dorm devotions and 
ministry to the children of Brockton. This organization benefited its 
members by helping them to become better leaders in the Church, 
and gave them a chance to grow spiritually, emotionally and phys- 
ically. 



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with the BSU's winning float. 



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This year the Black Student Union worked to pro- 
mote pride and unity among its members and to pro- 
vide a broadened insight and awareness of minorities. 
The members assisted each other with personal and 



academic problems. Speaker presentations given on 
minorities, musical entertainment, and the annual BSD 
picnic were a tew of their activities. 




Front Row: )oseph W Frier5on, Saunda C. Richardson, Harold lackson, Lisa Rothei, Pres.; Melody Turner, V.P.; Phylisha Stone, Sec; Stanley |. Grider, Treas.; Reginald Cay- 
Second Row: Tyrone Redden, Cwenlolyn Finnell, Michael Mason, Frances C. Williams, Joseph R. Hocker, Michael Trent, Shari Scott, Maxine Reed, Marcia L. Whigham. 
Back Row: lessica Brown, Pamela Lewis, Roderick Willis, Timothy lohnson, Sonya Catewood, Barry Shaw, Lola Merritt, Donna Cooper, Darry Slaughter, Sharon Snell, 
Scott, Tony E, Mitchell. 



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dent Nurses Association is a 

service organization that 
works to acquaint nursing 
students with the current 
trends in the field of nursing. 
The club sponsored many ac- 
tivities this year, including the 
Red Cross Bloodmobile, 
Health Fair, free blood pres- 
sure clinics, and the World 
Hunger Fund Drive. 




Front Row: Nancy Neely Wright - Pub , Kim Coy - Pres , Robyn Cordan - Pres Adv., lenny Hepp - Sec, Second Row: Kelly Chenoweth, Leah Dhonau, Kathryn 
King, Amy Peterson, Lisa Hammond, Patty Huges, )ami Owens, Debbie Lewis, Cathy Alford, Rhonda Satterly, loan Day Back Row: Sheri Doster, Connie Smith, Loro Ba- 
logh, Diane Tobergte, Kim Vail, Woody Hills, Priscilla Berry, Laura Cornett, Natalie Warren, Roxanne Ahrman, Kim Piercy, lill Bonfiglio, Kelly Schoo. 



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The purpose of the Caduceu's Club is to stimulate 
and develop individual and campus-wide interest in 
medicine, dentistry, and other professional health 



fields. The organization helped members become 
more aware of the medical profession by sponsoring 
guest speakers and career presentations. 




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Lisa Bentley, Karen Schmidt Back Row: Joseph E. Lawson, Dr. John Meisenheimer - Sponsor, Regina M Reynolds, Ben lason Childers, Cinny Link, Dana Gibson, Barry C 
Metcalf, Kevin Miller, Ben Meisenheimer, Steve Boyd, Tyra Caylord, Hugh Hem-Lee, Sanlord L lones - Sponsor 




The Catalina Club is a club 
that works to promote syn- 
chronized swimming on cam- 
pus and within the communi- 
ty. The club provided a well 
rounded exercise program for 
its members and gave them 
an opportunity to meet new 
people with similar interests. 
This year the swimmers pre- 
sented a water ballet and syn- 
chronized swimming show 
for the University communi- 
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Susan Gregory, Shannon Cunningham, Jennifer Smith, Susan Hedges, Robin Dosch - Pres. Third Row: Mary Hannan, Annie Clark, Penny Doan - V.R Back Row: 
Suzanne Wells, Bethany A. Cahil, Vicky Holbrook. 

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Front Row: Darryl Herrington, Alan Wheeler - Pres , David Bird - VP , Becky Simon - Treas., Gentry Martin — Sec, Dr Tae-Hwan Kwak - Faculty-Advisor. Second 
Row: Greg Dodge, Billie Sizemore, Rick Barley Back Row: Sam Bradley, Teh Butcher, Ahmad AIneemi, Lillie Brockington, Laurie Tague, Paul Boughman, Susie Martin, Brian 
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The Council on International Relations and Unit- 
ed Nation Affairs is a student organization affiliated 
with the political science department. It is dedicated to 
the encouragement of international relations, related 



activities, and acquainting its members to the objec- 
tives of the United Nations. This year CIRUNA spon- 
sored lectures, debates, and panel discussions for the 
benefit of its members. 



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Front Row: Sarah Pretty - Rituals Chmn,, Gaye Bush - VP, Linda Fussner - Sec, Kerry Moore - Treas., Karen Bullock - Pres. Second Row: Karen M. Quitter, Kathy 
Spath, Donna Hale, Jennifer Mills, Lauren Welch, Cassie Hughes. Back Row: Laurie Briggs, Rhonda Morris, Terri Bailey, Mary Jean Augle, )ackie Frost, Fussie Saalfeld, Karen 
Crowdus, Thomas Robbins, Donna Burgraff, Barbara Oliver, Andrea Norris, Nina Begley. 



Collegiate Pentacle is a senior honor society dedi- 
cated to promoting high scholarship, leadership, and 
service. The society was founded in 1948. This year the 
group applied for affiliation with Mortar Board, which 



is the national senior honor society. The members par- 
ticipated in several community service projects which 
included ushering at graduation. 



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The Christian Student Fel- 
lowship is a non-denomina- 
tional group of students who 
participate in weekly Bible 
study and fellowship. The 
group met on Wednesday 
nights and travelled to an off- 
campus site. The CSF strived 
to serve Christ through fel- 
lowship and various social ac- 
tivities throughout the year. 
The organization is under the 
guidance of campus minister 
loe Whittaker. 



Front Row: lohnE. Young - Sponsor, loe G.WhItaker - Campus Minister, leff Earnest - Pres, Sandy Lynch - VP.RobLemon - Sec , Carol Yeager - Sponsor, Don- 
an Yeager - Sponsor. Second Row: Beth Brumley, Sharon Caudill, Vonda Croucher, Carol Goode, Jane Dye, Leigh Ann Howard, Bruce Treon, Cindy Lear, Theresa 
Mams, Leiia Parrish, Debbie Roaden, kitty Pickle, Gerri Trimmer. Back Row: Bonnie Ward, Twila Dunn, Charis Varnum, Tammy Kabler, Rhonda Byrd, Patrick Shelton, Greg 
L, Land, loy Anna Anderson, ludy Murphy, Diane Thacker, Linda Spencer, Mark Hamby 




Delta Omicron is an interna- 
tional professional music fraternity 
for women. It helps its members to 
gain a better understanding and 
appreciation for music. This year, 
Delta Omicron assisted the music 
department with tours, registra- 
tion, recruitment of prospective 
music students, and various other 
projects. Members also visited the 
nursing homes and presented 
musicals once a semester. 



Front Row: Tina Martin - Chaplain. Second Row: Anna Marie Mannehno - Pres., Rachael Keyser, Rhonda Blevins, Shawny Harlow — Treas., Diane Thornton, Leslie A. 
Stewart - V.P Back Row: )oy Anna Anderson - Dir. of Musical Activities, Elizabeth Lovett, lane Terry, Susan Leah Wilson, Stacy Scurlock, Valerya Hyrne - Sec/Hist., 
Sharon Lawrence — Chapter Advisor. 



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Delta Tau Alpha is an agri- 
cultural honor society to pro- 
mote and recognize [he pro- 
fession and high standards of 
students in the agricultural in- 
dustry. This year the society 
supplied a soil test service for 
the community and furnished 
bedding plants to help beau- 
tify the environment. They 
also participated in the 
Homecoming parade, and 
they held a banquet for 
awards among the agriculture 
students. 




First Row: Anthony Whaley, David Duke, Anna Mojsejenko, lames Abston, Ray 
Schuler Second Row: Renee Pequihgnot, lonna Hartman, Debbie Barnes, Peggy 
Brady, Lisa Alexander, Glen Harrison - Sec, Karen Lee French - Parllannentar- 
ian, Bill Lake - 1st V.P. Back Row: Donna Roberts, Amy Walker, Gary Fisher, 
Piety Abell, lames Caldwell, lackie lacobs. Donna lungclass, karen Hansson - 
Treas., Paul Donaldson |r. - Rep., Nick Carter - 2nd V.P, Mark Metcalfe - 
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The Data Processing Manage- 
ment Association is a world-wide 
professional organization for data 
processing majors. This year the 
organization extended last year's 
campus-wide programming con- 
test to a state-wide contest. They 
also provided a tutoring service for 
the EDP and they volunteered to 
do the computer date matchups 
for the "Monster Bash." Other 
projects included various field trips 
and a senior banquet. 




First Row: Gregory Hunt, Mhdi Tavakolian - Hist., Kelly Read - V.P, lulie 
Thompson — Pres., Terry Walker — Sec, Thomas Dooley, Sherry Tyler — 
Treas. (not pictured). Second Row: Charles Taylor, Kevirv Brunez, Terri Hild, 
Nancy Leedy, Betty Carpenter, Pamela Williams, loel Cummins, Mitzie O'Rourke, 
Bill Massey, Kenneth Long, Charles Neal. Back Row: lonah lones, Taydeen Ipaye, 
Phylisha Stone, Cynthia Randolph, Caria Griffith, Kim Best, lill Green, Steve Raike, 
Michael Napier, |ohn Harlow, Mehran Ebrahimpour, Ted Klaren. 



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The F.T.D./Horticulture Club is a collegiate 
chapter of a professional organization. Its pur- 
pose is to increase professionalism in horticul- 
ture and horticultural related areas. This year 
the members of the club provided floral ar- 
rangements for many campus functions, spon- 
sored professional field trips, held their annual 
plant sale, and gave a Christmas party for the 
Dessie Scott Children's Home. 



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First Row: Saundra Stearns, Sheri Doster, Diane Corbett, Paul Creenwell. Second Row: )erri McCarter, Beth Sebastian - V P , Debbie Barnes - Pres , Donna lungclas - 
Sec, Hazel Stout - Rep., Mark Metcalfe - Treas., Robert Lay - Advisor. Back Row: |oe Howard, Kimberly Coode, Karen Hansson, Cayle Willoughloy, Lisa Alexander, 
lackie lacobs, Samuel Deacon, Kenny Kirkpatrack, Mike Duncan, Timothy Crouch, Tim Tingle, Mike Moore, Steve Black - Advisor, Karia Adams, Suzanne Taggart. FTD/ 
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Forensic Debate is an honor society open to any- 
one interested in any type of public speaking or de- 
bate. Members must have had some prior experience 
in public speaking and debate, whether in actual expe- 
rience or in a class. Forensic Debate entered into com- 



petitions with other colleges and universities in the 
Midwest. Members also helped judge high school stu- 
dents who attended the Forensics Competition, which 
was sponsored by the University. 




Front Row: Bob Garrlolt, Mary Kay Bowdy, Colleen McCrady, Kim Abell, Keith Palmer Second Row: Kevin Haggerty, Timmy Price, Clay Balyeat, Max B. Huss 
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club tor child care, and child 
and family studies majors. 
The club helps to educate 
members on matters con- 
cerning child and family situa- 
tions. FHD&FR members at- 
tended workshops, confer- 
ences, and lectures which 
concerned child and family 
situations, and the education 
of young children. FHD&FR of- 
fered volunteer work at sev- 
eral day care centers in Rich- 
mond. They also provided 
baby sitting services for par- 
ents that attended meetings 
at the child development 
center at the University. 




Front Row: )ackie Chapman - 1st V.P, Pam Bradley — Pres., Cissie Hughes — Sec.-Treas, Terri Hikerson — 2ndV.P., 
Robyn Taylor Ritchie. Second Row: Lou Ann Brumback, Suzanne H. Wells, Ann D. Kirkpatrick, )anet Martin, Wendy 
Stevens. Not Pictured: Cathy Bocook, Kathy Temple, Melanie Davis, Elva Roberts, Carlotta Shelton. 



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The GEOLOGY CLUB served to 
promote interest among students 
in the geological sciences. Some of 
the geology club's activities includ- 
ed speakers on earth science and 
social get-togethers in the fall and 
spring. The club also sponsored 
equipment sales to students and 
faculty in the Geology Depart- 
ment. 

Dr. Alan Smith sponsored the 
organization and worked with the 
members to try and obtain a chap- 
ter of Sigma Gamma Epsilon, a na- 
tional honorary, for earth science 
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Vice-President, Benny Webb, Treasurer. 




First Row: lohn Traub, Dr Alan Smith, Bob Ell<in, Bill Harrar, )ohn Shuttleworth, Benny Webb, David Miller. Second Row: Robert Brashear, Doug Ochsenbein, Russ 
Henning, Ron Rea, Wayne Cross, Mike Burston, Bruce McKinney, Pam Binion, Mark Carew, Dan Chadwick. Back Row: lim Furr, Tom Custatson, Nick Pieracacos, Dennis 
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tucky is a club tor any medical 
records majors who are inter- 
ested in learning more about 
their major. HRSOK helps stu- 
dents become acquainted 
with fellow medical records 
majors. The organization also 
strives to see its members be- 
come more involved with the 
Kentucky Medical Records 
Association. HRSOK pro- 
vided workshops for stu- 
dents entering their practi- 
cum in order to prepare them 
for their career experience. 
HRSOK sponsored speakers 
from the different areas of 
medical records to help in- 
form students of the varied 
aspects of the medical re- 
cords profession. 




First Row; Eileen Lear — Treas., Terri Bailey - Pres., Ellen Marsh - Sec. Second 
Row: Jennifer lustice, Kelli Helton, Cns Holcomb, Pam Ward. Back Row: Carolyn 
A. McCrea, liona A. Wix, Leslie Lyons, Pam Kaiser, Leslie M. Stewart. 






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The Kappa Delta Pi hon- 
orary is an education honor 
society for junior and senior 
education majors that main- 
tain a 3.0 GPA. Kappa Delta Pi 
awarded a scholarship to the 
sophomore with the highest 
GPA in education. They or- 
dered and distributed books 
to all elementary Madison 
County schools through the 
R.I.F, program. 



Front Row: Bettye Mattingly, Williann T. Robertson, loan Lewis, Linda Christensen, Rita Figlestahler, Teresa Beat, Sharon Howard, Elaine jonczak, Judith Dusing, Bonnie 
Spencer Second Row: Dawn Bulter - Hist., jolene Hupp - Hist., Karen Hewitt - Sec, Holly lones - V.P, Barbara Oliver - Treas , Lisa Thompson - Pres., Elizabeth 
lefties - Sponsor, Clynn N. Creamer - Sponsor, Third Row: Barbara Curtsinger, Molly Kirkwood, )ason Wyatte Richie, )r,, Jennifer Mills, Laura Cner Sanders, Karin Flinn, 
Patrice Richwalsky, Liba leffnes. Tammy Cay, Sheila Thomas, Ninya Birch, Kaye Payne, Elizabeth Palmer, Mark S. Hayden, Marketa Carnahan, Donna Burgraff, Cwen 
Wilson, Karen Day, Caria Moore, Kathleen Bailey, last Row: |oe Lapp, Karen McLean, lennie Beckner, Teresa Cain, Monica A, Smith, Tammy Faulkner, Laura Neikirk, Shar- 
on E. Titus, Patty Shannon, Sandra Lynch, Cindy Whalen, Delsie )enkins, lancie Manley, Karen Hatter, Kim Haun, Jackie Frost, Becki Dreisnian, Sharon Conyers, Debbie 
Brown. Charles Saylor, Dan Orman, Charles Westnck. 



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Kappa Mu Epsilon math- 
ematics honor society, cele- 
brated its tenth anniversary at 
Eastern this year. Members 
must be at least a second se- 
mester sophomore with a 3.0 
in all math courses taken at 
Eastern. Kappa Mu Epsilon 
strives to promote the 
growth of mathematics at the 
undergraduate level. Kappa 
Mu Epsilon provided tutors in 
math lab for students who 
were enrolled in any math 
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Front Row: Andrea Zubeck, Kevin Preston — Pres., Andrea Norris - Sec , 
Carole Stagnolia, ludith Dusing — V.P., Nancy C. Geoghegan. Back Row: Dorian 
Yeager, Marl< Downs, Arch Carrico, Mike Thomas, loan Lewis, Barb Clark, 
Monica Feltner, Beth Stewart - Treas. 



Lambda Sigma is a sopho- 
more honor society dedi- 
cated to instilling in its mem- 
bers the values of scholarship, 
leadership, and service. 
Lambda Sigma's members 
worked at the Red Cross 
Bloodmobile, donated mon- 
ey to Brockton for new play- 
ground equipments, and they 
were in charge of decorations 
for the Homecoming dance. 




Front Row: Caria Breeding - Phn Chpn., Myra Miller - Ser, Chpn., Kathy 
Clayton - Sec, Debbie Bishop - Treas., S- Bruce Stamper - Pres., Martha S. 
Cnse - Advisor, William C Presson - V.P. Debbie A. Wilson - Ext., Tyra 
Caylord - Pub. Chpn., Karen Mitchell, Second Row: Doug Partington, Susan 
Wentworth - |r Advisor, loy Stewart, Trica Ledford, Renee Smith, Debbie 
Whitt, Cammy lones, David Schulte - jr. Advisor, lenni Wood, Jennifer Jones, 
Julie Ives, Marybeth Chambers, Beth Sebastian, Heather Haydon, Charis Var- 
num, Lynn Settles Back Row: lulie Smith, Karen Gohmann, Kerry Pence, luli 
Hastings, Douglas Peters, Vickie Lawson, Kevin Lothridge Lowell, jamie R. Mal- 
lard, Steve Raike, lane Stander, Nancy Thomas, Sue Brune, Greg Allender. 



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Front Row: Sharon Horn, Treas., Alice Westbrook, Corr. Sec, Vickie Schulte, Ser. Chmn., VIckl Vail, Parll-, Diana Casson, Rec. Sec, Kathy Boggs, Fin. Chmn,, Reglna Cain, 
Vlce-Pres , Barb Lewis, Pres., Sheryl Longworth, Pledge Chmn., Karia Auxler, His., Shelli Hendren, Prog./Pub. Chmn., Maureen Burke, Rec Chmn , Kim Sasser, Soc 
Chmn., Dana Columbia, Chap. Second Row: Mary King Mays, lanie Neal, Cheryl Gehringer, Cheryl Klatt, Melanle Bennett, Debbie Hartlage, Donna Zlegler, Theresa Iker, 
Kim Evans, Debbie Chapman, Teresa Hall, Dewanna Sandlin, Cindy Spears, Tarl Wilson, Nancy P. Edwards, )acqule Stivers. Third Row: Debbie Dials, VIkkl Moore, Jane 
Hamilton, Tamara Adams, Lori Laughner, lulle Ridley, Kim Crubbs, loan Brooks, Debra Baker, Anna Stewart, lennle Beckner, Patty Short, Kim Cox, Lois Ann Ferrill, Lisa 
Redmon, Lou Ann Core Back Row: Rita Blanco, Sharon Cox, Jannene Boehm, Martha Lawrence, Sharon Roberts, Tami Bishop, Beth Bryant, Donna Burnett, Diane Rice, 
Nancy Leedy, Ann Tharpe, Loralee Barnett, Caprice Braswell, Nancy LIbbee, Helen Harris, Carol Tharpe, Kathy Cannon, Diane Baker, Teresa Beat 



Kappa Delta Tau is a female service organization 
founded March 11, 1963. Throughout the year the 
KDT's worked the polls for campus elections, served 
banquets, sold maroon balloons at homecoming, and 
delivered meals for the local Meals-on-Wheels pro- 
gram. For the third year they sponsored Sunshine 
Week. Spring semester they worked the Cerebral Pal- 



sy Telethon and the American Heart Fund roadblock. 
KDT's held two weekend campouts and two dances 
during the year. Through all these activities, KDT's de- 
veloped responsibility, sisterhood, and leadership 
among themselves. The group is sponsored by Dr. 
Nancy Peel. 




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Front Row: Pat Carl, Co-capt ; Anita Sturgill, Co-capt Second Row: Tracey Smith, Cathern Hutton, Pamela McHugh, Carmen Windhorst, Linda Duncan, Stacey Littrell, 
Andrena Cantrell. Third Row: Denise Sheets, lanice Burchell, Sabrina Bates, lulie Cirten, Robin Mullins, Nancy Guenther. Back Row: lennifer Parrigan, Kathy McDaniel, 
Debra Anderson, Deanna Henry, Lorrie Barry, )eanine Cowan, Lisa Clark 



The Little Colonels, Eastern's 2 1-member drill team, 
added color and excitement to halftime of the Univer- 
sity's football and basketball games. Incorporating 
gloves and pom pons, they performed with the band 
during football season and performed to recorded 
music during the basketball season. 

The Little Colonels is an independent organization 
which receives no funding from the University. Each 
member is responsible for furnishing her own uniform 



and paying any expenses which arise during the year. 
Funds for the squad are raised by sponsoring various 
money-making projects, such as candy sales and car 
washes. 

The girls donated much of their spare time learning 
and polishing routines for performances. Practice time 
varied, but on weeks prior to a performance, they 
practiced everyday for an average of three to four 
hours. 





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The National Student 
Speech, Language, and 
Hearing Association en- 
courages professional interest 
and a closer affilliation with 
human communication disor- 
ders. Its members are given 
an opportunity to gain insight 
on their career plans while 
helping people in need. 
NSSLHA participated in var- 
ious fund raising activities 
throughout the year, and 
used the money earned to 
buy gifts for the children that 
attended the speech and 
hearing clinic in campus. 




Front Row: Teresa Cain - Sec , Robbyn Prewitt - V,P,, Rita Figlestahler - Pres., Teresa Beat - Treas. Second Row: 
Barbara Curtsinger, Stacia Starkweather, Linda Williams, Bernadine Ward, Margo Kinzer, Mary Kay Leonhardt, Vicki 
Clelensky, Sheila Sells, Connie Sipple, Katherine Chism Back Row: Leesa Woolums, Kathy Clayton, Phyllis Pauley, Pam 
Dugger, Diane M. Seng, Melinda Coulter, Ramona Sizemore. Naomi Arnold. 



Phi Epsilon Kappa is a physical education honorary 
that is open to physical education majors who have 
completed at least twelve credit hours and have at 
least a 2.25 CPA. The organization works to promote 
professionalism and foster research in physical educa- 



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to discuss various aspects of physical education. The 
club also sponsored several other projects throughout 
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Front Row: Lisa Norton - Pres., Rick Zacholski - V.P., Preston lohnson - Sec, joe Karzen - Treas. Second Row: Lindi Cray, Kristi Spangenberg, Nancy Lang. Barb Cal- 
vert, loanie Hite, Lisa Steck, Eric Smith, Scott Ciamba Hista, Hal Holmes — Sponsor Back Row: Dan Lichty — Sponsor, Mike Lotto, Tony Crowder, Lee Gentry, Laura 
Smith, lack Adams, Paul Motley. 



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The Pershing Rifles, a precision drill team affiliated with the University's ROTC department. 



The Pershing Rifles have been a part of the 
University since 1955 and are a military-orient- 
ed Fraternity with the Vallienettes as their co- 
ed affiliates. The Pershing Rifles' purpose was 
to drill in competition against Universities in 
different areas. The club provided leadership, 
discipline and military learning, but most impor- 
tantly, brotherhood among its members. The 
Vallienettes, also, competed in drill meets, 
which gave its members an opportunity for 
travel and competition experience. Scholarship 
and sisterhood are highly stressed among the 
Vallienettes. 

Both groups provide the campus and com- 
munity with activities such as flag detail, march- 
ing in parades, selling Homecoming mums and 
performing at sports events. They also hosted a 
national drill team competition on campus. 




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Front Row: Scott Coltraln, Steve Anderson, Gary Holbrook, James H Jennings, Scott Shave, Major Richard Murdoch, Adv. Second Row: Kurt Seybold, 
Ellen Cambron, Garnet M. Jones, Sandra L. Williams, Lisa M. Ebert, Charlotte. L. Swigert, Kim Riddle, Richard A. Wilson Jr. Back Row: Sterling Harlston, 
William Timothy Price, Debbie Lewis, Suzie Kincaid, Regina Fitzgerald, April Lyn Brown, Lynette Newton, Christopher Mitchell, David Craig. 



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Phi Beta Lambda is a na- 
tional organization open to 
any student interested in the 
field of business. The purpose 
of Phi Beta Lambda is to 
bridge the gap between the 
classroom and office world 
by giving students a chance 
to learn, firsthand, about the 
business community. PBL 
members attended both 
State and National Leadership 
Conferences, In addition , the 
club sponsored the Regional 
F.B.L.A. Day held on campus. 




Front Row: Tim Fentress - 1st V.P., Diane Burris - Sec, Lynne Hampton - Pres., Scarlett Upchurch - 2nd VP., 
Heidi Stall - Treas., Eric Dawson - Hist. Second Row: Selma |o Carruba, Barbara LaFalce, Keliey Matthews, Helen 
Harris, Brenda Cabbard, Emily Ayres, Carolyn Montgomery, Belinda Taylor, Charlotte Browning, Kelly Gathers. Back 
Row: lonah Jones, Mark Preston, Elizabeth Tussey, Tracy Davidson, Tammy Dye, June Crenshaw, Jackie Filicky, Donna 
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Tau chaper is a national home 
economics honorary dedi- 
cated to promoting leader- 
ship, professionalism and aca- 
demic excellence in their 
field. The group provides its 
members with a chance to 
meet people from other areas 
of home economics. This 
year, members made Christ- 
mas gifts for a local nursing 
home, made and sold Christ- 
mas stockings and made 
footballs. Phi Upsilon Omi- 
cron was founded in 1973 
and is now in its 9th year of 
existence on campus. 




Front Row: Amy E. Caier - Treas., Susie Dunagan - Cor. Sec, Brenda Reed - V.P, Linda Meeks - Pres., Cherie 
Knifley, Becki Driesman - Proj. Chrpn, Second Row: Jackie Chapman, Joy Crunk, Elizabeth Manby - Rec. Sec, 
KImberly Haun - Candle Rep., Patricia Boggs - Pub., Ann Binkley, Sandra Miller - Chap. 



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Pi Omega Pi is a business 
education honorary that 
helps prepare its members to 
be qualified business teach- 
ers. The society provides 
qualified individuals to train 
others. This year they partici- 
pated in several fund-raising 
and organizational activities 
on campus. The honorary 
was founded in 1935 and is 
an established part of student 
academic life on campus. 



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Front Row: Pam Weigel - V.P., Beth Mclntyre - Pres., Sally Crigsby, Myrena lennings - Co-Sponsor, Carolyn D. Tipton - Sec. Back Row: Edsel R Mountz - Co- 
Sponsor, Belinda Taylor - Treas., Carolyn Montgomery - Hist. 




The Public Relations Stu- 
dent Society of America 

aids in preparing Public Rela- 
tion students for jobs by en- 
abling them to do Public Rela- 
tions work. Members are giv- 
en the opportunity to have 
close interaction with profes- 
sional public relations person- 
nel at national conferences. 
This year during November, 
seven members attended the 
National Conference of 
PRSSA in Chicago. They also 
donated stuffed toys to char- 
ity. 



Front Row: Elizabeth English - Advisor, Edwina Craynon — Nat. Liaison, Debbie Delmar — Sec, Polly lohnson - VP,Brenda A. Hawkins — Pres, Cheryl D.Gregory — 
Treas., Alice Osbourn — Chrm. of PR., Shirley Serini - Advisor, Todd A. Myers - Hist. Second Row: Ashley D. Boyd, Tonya D Simpson, Linda Simmons, Debbie Pollard, 
Scheryl Smith, Pamela McHugh, Susan McClarty, Stacy Levin. Third Row: Tim Shuber, Neecie Mclntyre, Cindy Huber, Anne Brotzge, Sherri Arterburn, Kathy Dolbow, Lisa 
Hughes, Caria Graybeal. Fourth Row: Steve C. Richards, Martin O. Edu, Michael H. Blaser, Terry L. Barker, Mary Ann Hildebolt, Teresa Rizzardi, Lynn Crawford, Cathy 
Huffman. Back Row: Penny Hammons, Tim Hughes, Blaine Tinsley, Jeff Asher, )inny )ohns, Mary Rushing, Kevin Bruce, Mike Richardson. 



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Psi Chi is a national honor 
society for psychology majors 
and minors. Its goal is to en- 
courage, stimulate and main- 
tain high scholarship within 
the field. Opportunities are 
provided for Psi Chi members 
to learn about future possibili- 
ties after obtaining their de- 
grees. This year, speakers 
from various areas of psy- 
chology were invited to 
speak at their meetings. 
Members also made visits to 
psychiatric facilities. 




First Row; Kara Dummer, Nina Begley - VR, Rhonda Morris - Pres , Laura 
Epperson - Sec -Treas, Vickie Dye, Dr, Robert Adams - Advisor (not present). 
Second Row: Michael OFIahavan, lanis Walker, Rodney Swain, George Stewart, 
lackie Filicky, laquie Powell, Scott Quesnel. Back Row: Carl Douthitt, Caye Willis, 
Donna Sharpe, Samantha Whelan, Nancy Brandenburg, Tammy Bushman, )ayne 
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laime Bailer - Pres, Back Row: Bill Langdon - Faculty Advisor, Meianie Wills - 
Sec, Mary Bradley, Mark Mattox - V.P 



Rho Epsilon is a profes- 
sional real estate fraternity. 
The fraternity strives to fur- 
ther the knowledge and un- 
derstanding of the real estate 
business. Rho Epsilon pro- 
vided speakers and general 
information about real estate. 
A job placement was also 
provided for its members. 



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The Recreation Club's stated purpose is to 
help Recreation majors develop professionalism 
and responsibility by putting curriculum into actu- 
al practice. The club also made their members 
aware of the different areas of recreation through 
participation in trips and workshops. Some of the 
activities held this past year were a rock climbing 
clinic, hikes, candy sales and canoe trips. Mem- 
bers attended a workshop at Maywoods. The 
group is sponsored by the Recreation Depart- 
ment, and is advised by Dr. Marion Ogden. 

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Shirley Johnson, Lucy Brewer, Jamie Nance, Paula Jory, Beth McAdam, Glenn Brandl. Third Row: Sarah Wood, Claire Oberst, Angle Clatthaar, Debbie Keel, Terri Johnson, 
Pam Runion, Tina Morris, Tammy Bahm. Back Row: Joy Buchholtz, Vicki Spinner, Kathleen Brown, Michael Hayes, Linda Foreman, Monica Wills, Jeff Smith. 



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The Student Association 
of Legal Assistants is a club 
for legal assistant majors. The 
S.A.L.A. strives to foster 
scholarship and leadership in 
the Legal assistant program. 
The group aims for high ethics 
of those employed in the le- 
gal profession. S.A.L.A. pro- 
vided speakers in the field to 
make members aware of the 
job opportunities in the Para- 
legal profession. This fall they 
sent several members to the 
Kentucky Association Parale- 
gal Conference. 




front Row; Edwina Rogers - Rept., Cindy Wedemeyer - Hist., Pamela May — Treas,, Libbie Turley - VP, CIna 
Cornette - Pres., Kim Baston. Back Row: |im McCord - Advisor, Kim Scott, Lisa Nordheim, Sandy Turner, Mananna 
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The Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Management 

is a club open to all students 
interested in the field of man- 
agement. S.A.M. members 
stress fellowship, and aid one 
another in applying market- 
ing techniques in every day 
life. S.A.M. sponsored work- 
shops on management to- 
pics. This spring they attend- 
ed the International Confer- 
ence of Society for the 
Advancement of Manage- 
ment in Cincinnati. 




Front Row: Karia Osvath, Vickie Stacy - VP, Dana Arthur, Mary Potter - Pres., Nick Mengos, lill Foster, Fred Hurt, 
Tammie Sammons - Exec, VP, Ed Schellhaas - VP, Vanetta Frazier - Sec, ]oni lones, Kim Charles, Caye Willis, 
Debbie Rose — Treas., William Clayton. 



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Front Row: lennifer k Blade, Kim Morris, lane Hastie, Second Row; Caye Bush, Diane White - Sec , Marcie Ball - V.P., 
Lorraine Foley - Advisor, Suzanne Will - Pres, Carolyn Thomas - Treas , Lacinda Cole - Hist , Lisa Egelston Irwin 
— Guide Back Row: Kathy Henderson, lackie Frost — Chaplain, Kimberly Ball, Cnstie Muss, Susan Creb, George T. 
Stewart, Karen Aynes, Annette Lawson, Lynn Roberts, lill Penske, Larry McHenry 




Sigma Tau Alpha is a fe- 
male service sorority com- 
prised of Rainbow girls and 
girls with Masonic affliation of 
college age. Sigma Tau Alpha 
provided service projects for 
the University and the Rich- 
mond community. The group 
participated in the semesterly 
Bloodmobile, visited the Rich- 
mond nursing homes and col- 
lected cancelled stamps for 
the World Hunger project. 
During the last four years, Sig- 
ma Tau Alpha has co-spon- 
sored the Annua! Cystic Fi- 
brosis Dance-A-Thon. 



Sigma Tau Delta is an Eng- 
lish honor society celebrating 
its tenth year. It is open to ju- 
niors, seniors and graduate 
students with a CPA of 3.0 or 
better. For the past few years 
they have held a banquet in 
the spring that reflects a liter- 
ary period in English or Ameri- 
can history. This year they 
participated in the Bizarre Ba- 
zaar. Sigma Tau Delta was es- 
tablished by Dr. Robert Burk- 
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Front Row: Ordelle Hill - Sponsor, Allyson Lusby — Prog. Chpn.. Pamela Jones - Pres., Rhonda Mull - Sec. /Treas , 
Dorthy Sutton - Sponsor. Second Row: lennifer K. Blade, Linda S. Leach, Lisa Wray, Caye Bush, Susan Miller, Barbara 
Oliver, Regina Collett, ludy M Layne, Lane Bulter. Back Row: Shelly R. White, Jennie Beckner, Edward L. Bowling, 
Bonnie Spencer, Susan Gerald, Doris Geoghegan, Donna Burgraff, Sarah Fretty, Michael Ford. 



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Sigma Tau Pi is a business honor 
society organized to promote a 
feeling of unity and fellowship 
among its members. It also pro- 
motes opportunities for social and 
educational growth. The group 
sponsored various speakers and 
conducted educational tours 
around the campus. They also 
held various social activities during 
the year including a Christmas Ban- 
quet and a Spring Initiation Ban- 
quet. Founded in 1926, Sigma Tau 
Pi is celebrating its 55th year on 
campus. 




Front Row: David White, Carol Seay, Rep ; lill lenkinson, V.P.; Kelly Cathers, Pres., Kim Wagner, Sec; Arch Crump. Second Row: Sarah Baker, Kathy Benson, lean Finley, 
Suzanne Ritter, Dana Legner, Melanie Y. Wills, Selma |o Carruba, Charlotte Browning, Emily Ayres, Karen Talbott, Donna Hahn, Scarlett Upchurch. Back Row: George 
Hacker, Gaye Willis, Donna Hale, Valerie Vice, Jill Foster, Diane Burns, Lincia Drake, CincJy RancJolph, Helen Harris, Steven Whitson, Fred Hurt, Alan Raven. Not pictured: 
Danny Wilson, Treas. 




The Soccer Team finished 
the season with a record of 7-9- 
1, winning the Kentucky Inter- 
collegiate Soccer Association 
state championship for the sec- 
ond consecutive year. Team 
members are responsible for all 
expenses including uniforms 
and travel costs. This year, they 
also conducted soccer clinics at 
local elementary and junior high 
schools. The team is coached by 
Dr. Dan Robinette. 



Front Row: Robbie Lavielle. Second Row: Dan Robinette, coach; Carlos A. Charry, Thomas P. Nicholas, Tony Schutt, Vince Wicker, Captain; Danny Faulconer, Captain; 
lohn Morrison, Dave Dailey Back Row: Steve Lincoln, Kurt Krauss, Ralph Myers, Bob Plant, Brett Hornback, Greg Allen, Ron Friedlander, Chuck Kendra, David Schulte, 
Michael B. Hayes. 



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Front Row: Jackie Stanton, Ruth Davis, Nancy Brennan, Marge Luthman. Second Row: Angela Gammon, Pam Carey, Advisor; Linda Rauch, VP; Debbie Boggs, Pres.; 
Janet Wilt, Sec; Debbie Faulkner, Treas.; Nancy Turnwald, Cina Goodman, Laurie Whitworth, Back Row: Loraine Zagula, Brenda Murphy, Valerie Mach, Cari Kleven. 
Kathy Luken, )ody Grome, Susie Baumann, Ingnd Van Duyne, Debbie Ludlow. 



The Student Occupational Therapy Association 

provides opportunities to participate in activities with 
fellow members and to learn about the occupational 
therapy profession. This year SOTA participated in the 
Juvenile Diabetes Association Balloon sale at Home- 



coming, worked at the Cerebral Palsy Telethon, and 
held a road block with proceeds going to Occupation- 
al Therapy Home Health Programs in Madison, Estill 
and Powell counties. 




The Student Social Work- 
er's Association is a pre-profes- 
sional, educational club for so- 
cial work majors. The organiza- 
tion allows students to become 
involved with each other and 
the faculty. Members learn 
about the social work profes- 
sion and begin to actively work 
as professionals. Their projects 
during the year included work- 
ing with the elderly and attend- 
ing conferences on curriculum 
development. 



Front Row: Susan Gregory, Doug Burnham, Advisor; )eff King, Pres.; Donna Moore, V.R; Constance Esh, Treas.; Marsha H. Sherman, Sec; Kathy Hughes. Back Row: 
lackie Newton, Diane Rice, Paula Bowling, Jane Moreland, Barbara |. Berry, Mary W. Black, Candace Eileen Clay, Heidi Wank, Emily Miller, Debbie Rambo, Connie 
Ballinger. 



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First Row: Marc Frevola - Instr., lack Walker — V,P,, David Schneider - Equip. Mangr,, Tim Moseley, Doug Whitaker - Pres-, Karol Korfhage. Rose Kuhl, Jim Rolf, Lisa 
Bowling Second Row: Shen Rogue, Naomi Fonda, David King, Peter Vaeg, lane Hettinger - Sec, Kenny Adkins, Frank Cannon, Steve Herzog, lerry lones, Leslie Gillis, 
Mary Meyer Back Row: Gary Kail, Ron lohnson, Sam Rogers, Robert Wilson, Sharon Clay, Delphia Davis, Mike Bean, Winston Bales, Alan Costner, lohn Wells, David Mill- 
er, Dale larrell, Eric Stevenson, )im Metzger, Rodenck Willis, Keith Slone, Rex Stockard. 



The Taekwondo Club is an organization founded 
to teach the Korean martial art of self-defense. Affili- 
ated with the Military Science Department, the club 
teaches its members discipline and self-confidence. 
The group gave martial arts demonstrations on cam- 
pus and attended tournaments where they used spar- 



ring techniques against other individuals. This year they 
also gave self-defense demonstrations for rape pre- 
vention and hosted their own tournament. 

Taekwondo was founded at Eastern by Major M. 
Little who earned his black belt in Korea. 



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The West Minister Fellow- 
ship is open to any student 
interested in fellowship with 
others. Affiliated with the 
Presbyterian church, the 
group took weekend trips 
and had dinners where mem- 
bers were able to share with 
each other the love of Christ. 
Among their projects for the 
year the Westminister Fellow- 
ship participated in the Ma- 
roon/White Balloon sales at 
Homecoming with proceeds 
going to fight diabetes. They 
also had various social gather- 
ings throughout the year. 



First Row: Debbie Beck - V,P., Myron Hansen - Pres., Bridget Harvey - 
Sponsor, Bruce Harvey - Sponsor, Melody Auxier. Back Row: Cinny Harville, 
|oe Hobson, Amy Reeves, Harnet Young, Nona Wix. 



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First Row: lean Elliott, Advisor, Donna Burgraff, Member-at-Large, Nina Begley, Vice-President, Sarain Fretty, President, Lavaun Davidson, Member-at-Large, Bereda 
Watkins, Member-at-Large. Second Row; Anne Bond, Michelle Desmond, Anita Mudd, Lisa Raike, Lori McManus, Suellen Moore, |ulie Graham, Karen Day, Mary Smith, 
Back Row: Carolyn Thomas, Teresa Hagan, Cheryl Dabney, Ann Davidson, Nancy Laehu, Andi Leeson, Kathy Oliver, Anna Washko, Nancy Brewer, Paula Ward. 



Women's Interdorm served to create a line of communication 
between on-campus women and the administration. The group 
sponsored a Fire Prevention Week and a Residence Hall Improve- 
ment Week. Women's Interdorm sponsored several social activi- 
ties for the campus, such as Mardi Gras Night, a Bridal Show co- 
sponsored by area businesses, and the Monster Bash, through 
which computer dates were provided. During homecoming week, 
they provided refreshments at the float warehouses. 




ABOVE: John Sullivan and Anita Neiland act as 
emcees for the Bridal Show. RIGHT: Modeling is 
provided by university students. 



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pa^nhellenic 




First Row: Susan Kottak, Secretary; Beth D'Amico, President; Steph- Thacker, Suzanne Wells, last Row: Kim Coy, Sheri Miveiaz, Lynn 

anie Ceromes, 1st Vice President; )anet Lohr, Treasurer; Aliyson Roberts, Marianna Greenlee, Sheryl Bradley, Lisa Erhardt, Phyliss 

Lusby, 2nd Vice President; Nancy Holt, Advisor. Second Row: Robin Whitehead. 
Modena, Mary Henderson, Sherry Holloway, Kathy Shaw, Lisa 




AKA's show their enthusiasm during Sigma Chi Derby week. 




Greeks gather for the annual Sigma Chi Derby. 



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Stacey Givan president of Pi Beta Phi tries her best at horseshoe- 
throwing. 



Panhellenic began the 1981 academic year 
with an exciting and successful Fall Rush to 
the theme, "Celebrate Good Times — Go 
Greek." They continued their enthusiasm 
with their Mile of Dimes philanthropy in Oc- 
tober and participation in other Greek 
events. In December, Panhellenic and I.F.C. 
sponsored their second annual Christmas 
Caroling through campus and an all-Greek 
Christmas party at the Mulebarn. The Pan- 
hellenic council also attended Southeastern 
Panhellenic Conference at "Ole' Miss' " in 
the spring. 



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inteRfPAtepnity council 




First Row: Robert Taylor, Dwayne Cant, Chris Woods, Secretary; 
Doug Holmes, President; Nancy Holt, Advisor; Mike Ricke, Vice- 
President: Kevin Mason, Treasurer; |eff Dannenburg, Ricky Bentley, 
Jim Moore, George Gabehart. Second Row: Mike Campbell, Greg 
Stengel, Drew Howell, Roger Madison, Clay Hulett, Sam Carter, Clay 
Balyeat, Jeff Graham, Tom Stipes, Doug Lefler, Tyrone Redden, Steve 
Johnson, Mike Connelly, Chris West, Willet Crane. Third Row: Ran- 



dall Powell, Brian Phillips, |oe Kloeker, Perry Tussey, Shawn Evans, 
David Bird, Gregory May, Nick Murphy, Sam Bradley, Mike Savage, 
Kirk Goodwin, Terry Humphrey, Mike Thomas. Last Row: Jeff Neai, 
Jeff Cornett, Todd Myers, Brian Hyndman, John Back, Clary Barnes, 
Anthony Whaley, John Layton, Steve Falls, Tim Evans, Scott McKen- 
zie, Greg Walters. 




The Pikes fire up the Homecoming crowd. 



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Theta Chi all-kazoo band entertains during Homecoming. 



Howie Berryman, a member of the newest fraternity on campus, 
concentrates on an accurate pitch. 



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Alpha 6eltA pi 







First Row: Bae Griffiths, Historian; Debbie Covington, Activities Chair- 
man; Dawn Butler, Scholarship Chairman; Renee Garland, Recording 
Secretary; Katherine Fulcher, Chaplain; Crystal Williams, President; Su- 
san Kottal<, Panhellenic Delegate; Robin Cummins, Executive Vice-Presi- 
dent; Cindy Taylor, Registrar; Linda Chandler, Social Chairman; Kim 
Wagner, Treasurer; Jani Etheridge, Cheryl Behne, Cathy Rich. Second 
Row: Eva Sanders, Susan Will, Kim Scott, Lauren Triplett, Linay Brod- 
beck. Trad Wimsatt, Shauna Arwood, Debbi Scott, Lisa Cegel, Leslie 
Sewell, Linda Kuehn, Cathy Shields, Kathy Allison, Kay Chandler, Pamela 
McHugh. Third Row: Lisa Ehrhardt, Karyn Kuhn, Trish Winters, Nadine 
Hornack, Marilyn Downton, Becky Brooks, Caria Hebert, Elizabeth 
Ison, Linda Rozak, Kelly Chandler. Fourth Row: Beth Dauzenburg, Jen- 
nifer Brown, lean Finley, Lisa Silkey, Kim Erschell, Donna Smith, )ill Jen- 



The sisters of Alpha Delta Pi had an eventful and 
successful year. They won the Diamond Four Point 
Award at their National Convention held at Opryland 
in Nashville, Tennessee. They placed third in the AXA 
Watermelon Bust and second in Beta football. The girls 
also had the highest grade point average of the sorori- 
ties at the University. 

Their philanthropy was the Ronald McDonald Rich- 
mond Hospice. 

The ADPi's live in Telford Hall, their colors are blue 
and white and their mascot is the lion. 



kinson, lackie Stanton, Lori Berton, Sandy Hill. Fifth Row: Pam Ott, 
Melanie Hill, Sarah Baker, Kathy Bargo. Linda Cossman, Jamie Mallard. 
Last Row: Debra Anderson, Robin Sanders, Peggy Hurst, )an Hartlage, 
Lori Kelley, Lisa Henson, Karen Spivey, Melissa Gaw. 







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Qamma 6eiz^ 




First Row: Patty Sh 
Corresponding Secretary; )olie FerdelrnehJ Ritual Chairfnari; Tammy 
Hibbard, Activities Chairman; Penne Distler. Treasurer; lackie May, 
Social Chairman; Stacy Wallace, Vice President of Fraternity 
Education; Lisa Thacker, Senior Panhellenic Delegate: Missy Meek. 
Membership Chairman; Mary Heap, Standards Chairman; Nancy 
Cary, Recording Secretary. Second Row: Rene leff'ries, Maggie Price, 
■Jennifer Foraker, Lee Marx, Gamma Man; Sally Huff. Music Chairman: 
fMelanee Buttery, Publicity Chairman; Fussie Saalfeld. President: Nancy 



ula Shirley, lulie Wira. Lou R 
Scholarship: Ann Wilson, Robin Rich. Thiro kow: i_onnie woire. 5aiiy 
Camboe, Ronna Baker. Susan Dowd, Karen Talbott. Lori Peterson, 
Beth D'Amico, Beth Mc.Adam. Cheryl McKay, Christi Loane, Beth 
■Ashcraft, Lesa .^mburgy. lennifer Parrigan. Back Row: leanette Klase, 
Michelle Stirnemann. Lee Ann Webb. Selena Smith, Becky Coulter, 
Phyllis Whitehead, lill Penske, Genia Rice, Marilyn Carter. Rebecca 
Brown. Marisa Madras, Robin Holstine, loanie McClellan, Kim Morris 



The sisters of Alpha Gamma Delta are a 

social and service oriented organization. 
They sold balloons for juvenile diabetes. The 
Alpha Gams participated in Sigma Chi Derby 
and other Greek events, and they won SAE 
County Fair. 

They live on the second floor of Walters 
Hall and their symbol is the squirrel. 




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alpha kappa alpha 




First Row: Venessa Wesley, Andrea Butcher, Gina Runyon, Barbara 
Commodore, Pamela Black, Wanda Feaglns, Angela McCord- Second 
Row: Amelia Suford, Gwen FInnell, Sheryl Bradley, Marianna Green- 



lee, L. Rochelle Gilbert, Charlotte Robinson, Debra Robinson, Patricia 
Wright, Jennifer Watkins, Shauna Bradley. 




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The Alpha Kappa Alpha's 
participated in Sigma Chi 
Derby and SAE County Fair. 
The sisters also raised money 
for Juvenile Diabetes. Their 
colors are pink and green and 
they live in Telford Hall. 




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6eltA Sigma theta 




first Row: Lisa Frey, Karen Larerance, Allison, Crook, Mary Hender- 
son, Lynne Davis. Second Row: Barbara Rice, Alice Stoner, Joan 
Talbert, Pamala Whaley, Sherry Holloway. Not Pictured: Emma Mitch- 
ell, Holly Foster. 



The sisters of Delta Sigma Theta raised mon- 
ey for Sickle Cell Anemia and made blood do- 
nations for the annual Red Cross Blood Drive. 

They also participated in the SAE County fair 
and all the members live in Walters Hall. 




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eta started tne year oft 
It by winning the best booth and spint 
irds at SAE County Fair. They also had the 
candidate for Lambda Chi Water- 
Bust Queen. The sisters held a Hal- 
loween dance to raise money for the Insti- 
tute of Logipedics. Fall Formal was held at the 
Hyatt Regency in Lexington and Spring For- 
mal at the Hollidome in Cincinnati. 



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First Row: Sheri Miveiaz, Panhellenic delegate; lanie Biagi, Lisa Lang, 
Martha Tudor, Liba Jeffries, Valerie Cianopolus, Membership Chair- 
man; Kelly Allen, Editor; Tama Kirby, Secretary; Judy Clements, Presi- 
dent; Michele Paul, Vice-President; Doris Venezie, Treasurer; Libby 
Riley, Asst. Treasurer; Lori Ross, Cheryl Neclerio, Sara Arnold, Marga- 
ret Williams, Pam Vicars, Linda Pierce. Second Row: Kellye Waller, 
Patti Lee, Tammy Gay, Sharon Young, Anne Heaton, Ingrid Van 
Duyne, Jaime Cox, Leslie Hoskins, Kara Noller, Donna Randolph, Tom 
Stipes, KD King; Sherri Watkowski, Susan Field, Karia Blankenstein, 
Kim Swanson, Shelly Embry, Janice Young, Mary Hillman, Kim More- 
land, Diane Kops, Nancy Smith. Third Row: Michelle Evans, Robin 



Rush, Dana Perkins, Renee Waddles, Beth Kimbrough, Margaret High- 
land, Linda Steely, Julie Palechek, Jeanette Sherwood, Julie Browne, 
Missy White, Jackie Schuler, Stephanie Brown, Carol Coffman, Raven 
Downey, Rhonda Weddle, Leeanne Tribble, Cammy Jones, Jill Keiser. 
Last Row: Lisa Neal, Kim Coy, Mary Lou Vance, Sharon Fry, Sandy 
Snook, Amy Lynch, Marilyn Londeree, Claudia Woods, Tina Christian, 
Tammy Jo Dixon, Linda Schwenke, Jessica Schuler, Sheila Webb, Sa- 
brina Bates, Anne Braun, Susie Maze, Lorrie Barry, Annie Clark, Kim 
Dobbling, Joanie Miles, Jenny Beckman. 



The Kappa Delta's started the year off successfully 
by winning the Sigma Chi Derby and placing second in 
Lambda Chi Watermelon Bust. They also participated 
in Beta Football and KA Old South. 

They presented their new rush skit, "Kappa Delta 
Broadway" for the E.K.U. Women's Club in October. 

The annual Kappa Delta Dating Game was held in 
November with other Greek organizations participat- 
ing. 

The Kappa Deltas had two preference dances and 
two formal dances all held in Lexington, as well as 
fraternity mixers throughout the year. 




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First Row: Donna Updike, Vice President; Laura Hodgin, Phi Director; 
Terri Richter, Rusli Chairman; Robin Dossett, President; Lisa Wray, 
Corresponding Secretary; Allyson Lusby, Panhellenic Delegate; Laura 
Simonsen, Treasurer; Karia Ballard, Recording Secretary. Second 
Row: Lisa Meyer, Cheryl Schneringer, |amie larvis, Linda Sammons, 
Viki Withers, Docia Knezevich, Monica Isaacs, Tammy Knezevich, 
)ulie Hager, Mitzi Roades, Sherry Messer, Gina Coodin, Nancy Otter, 
Barbara Curtsinger, Patty Rush, Lee McDevitt, Katrina Hogan, Kathy 



The sisters of Phi Mu participat- 
ed in a variety of social and ser- 
vice-oriented activities this year. 

Socially, they participated in the 
EX Derby, AXA Watermelon Bust, 
SAE County Fair and won second 
place in KA Old South. 

The sorority is also comnriitted 
to working for others. Their wash- 
board band performed at the Ken- 
wood Nursing Home, and they 
held a Phi Mu Rock-a-Thon for 
Project HOPE, their national phil- 
anthropy. 



Schons, Leslie Meyer, Kay Spencer, Janet Lohr, Tara Bilbrey, Tammie 
Parker, Robbyn Prewitt, Marcia Stout, Beverly Blackburn, Carmen 
Windhorst, Peggy Froehle. Last Row: Mary Jane Enochs, Gary Carter, 
Tammy Rodgers, Lisa Owen, Jane Offutt, Jamie Bauer, Lisa M. Rader, 
Colleen Connelly, Kimberly Hoover, Shyrleen Doughty, Dawn Fuller, 
Beth Evans, Melissa Rodgers, Becky Miller, Meri Wray, Gary Good- 
man. 




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pi Beta phi 




First Row: Debbie Van Arsdel, Social Cliairman; Jane Howard, Vice- 
President Social Advancement; Kathy Morreau, Vice-President Men- 
tal Advancement; Becky Youngs, Vice-President Moral Advance- 
ment; Stacy Civan, President; Nancy Clark, Secretary; Mary Reister, 
House Corp.; Pamela Shirley, Historian; Stephanie Ceromes, Panhel- 
lenic Delegate; Betty Wiseman, Treasurer; Brenda Delanoy, Rush 
Chairman. Second Row: Karen Holloway, Robin Hendrickson, Joan 
Chapman, Paula Adams, Teresa Hammesfahr, V^/ilella Poynter, Ginny 
Viel, Karin Broughton, Mary Wilbert, loanne Powell, Melissa Hardin, 



Lisa A. Tatum, Stacy Cox, Kelly Bartic. Third Row: Mary Ann Bonny, 
Francie Hill, Jacqueline Hale, Cheri Willinghurst, Rebecca Bennett, 
Colleen Ann Kroll, Donna Kay Gaines, Connie Hall, Dee Baker, Amy 
Hoffman, Lisa Perry, Tamara Wade, Jennie Russell, Beth Wright, Susan 
Webb. Last Row: Ann Ducan, Karen Fouts, Donna Campbell, Cheryl 
Goldsmith, Paula Beth Richardson, Anita Otero, Kathy Cunningham, 
Alicia Hennessey, Wayne Anne Tudor, Sarah Roan, Candy Jackson, 
Janet Cole, Rachel Winger, Mitzi Morgan, Sally Wallace. 



The sisters of Pi Beta Phi had a winning 
year. They placed second in the TKE Basl<et- 
baii tournament and received two awards at 
their national convention held in Dallas, Tex- 
as. 

The girls held a retreat in Gatlinburg, Ten- 
nessee, and visited their national philanthro- 
py, Arrowmont. 

They also hosted the Greek Superstar with 
Sigma Pi's. 

The Pi Beta Phi's participated in the SAE 
County Fair and Sigma Chi Derby and their 
preference dance was in Lexington at the 
Contract Lounge. 




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■First Row: Cindy Wise, kim O-iapm^n, Lisa Cuccaro, Idfkii 
Bonfiglio, Linda Kern, Sherry Will, Kelly Headen, Bever! 

-Susan Webb, Lisa Rolvving, Beth Complon, Melincla Mil 
Row: Kim Gilbert, Staci Starkweather. Brenda Lewis. 
Secretary; Sharon Ruehrwein. First Vice President: Pati Bei 
Caye Bush, Second Vice President: Reva Stewart Trea' 
Mullins, Corresponding Secretary: Sherri Breeze. .Vlary 
Third Row: Tracy Scarlott, Mary Osborne, Lori Balogh. Sh 

:Becky Robinson, Carolyn Osborne, Beverly Caylor, Ann 



la .Miller. Second 
ewis. Recording 






Peggy Kramer. Maryieigh Hayden. Nanc\ Dreier kimli.'rl\ 
Rhf^nda Sticktey. Karen Steele Deana vtoore. \tar\ Bat 
Du\all Lanette Reiser. Teresa Gensheimer Back Row: Robin 
Leslie Palmer. Teresa Bi.ille. lane Ble\'ins. I.iva Rullnuin |i-ri 
Kimberlv Cr.)ins. lennelle Ceis. Shelly Berger kn^^\ '"l,i\ 
Debbie NiLkell. Sherrv vVi-.e. Karen Blanken-,h:p k:ml i.-ri\ 
Lora Perkins. Amy Bench, lenmler Hardirnan i<^^\^^■:l;^ Huri 



i sorority on campus is Delta 
Zeta who colonized this past year. They par- 
ticipated in Greek events for the first time and 
won first place in the Lambda Chi Alpha Water- 



melon Bust. They raised money for the Gallu- 
det College of the Deaf in Washington. Their 
Spring formal was held at the Hyatt and the 
winter formal at the Hilton in Lexington. 



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First Row: Kelly Wynn, lurid Devlin Pele Junes I 
i Campbell Me\e Herndndez, Neville Wonre. \U 
■ (5ukes, Stephen Hill, Ddle LuiJvvitk Mifhael K\ 
Second Row: Tom Crajt Aiumni Set relary; Rusiv "i' 
Secretary Tom Lay, Vice Prevideni; Greg Stengel 
Hamilton, Treasurer Doug Palmer Dale R(.>thv^el 
House Manager Third Row: lo^eph M B(,)nlield, 



The brothers of Beta Theta Pi kept busy 

participating in athletic events and dances. 

Besides hosting the annual Beta Football 

^Tournannent they placed third in the tug-of- 

ijvvar and tied for fifth in soccer. Spring formal 

' held in Gatiinburg, Tennessee. 






6elu Upsilon 




First Row: John Back, Chapter Relations; Bryan Quinnetly, Vice-Presi- 
dent; Woody Arvin, President; Timothy Wemery, Secretary; Marl< 
Moeller, Treasurer; Sam M. Ward, Faculty Advisor. Second Row: 
Janet Cole, Marsha Stagner, Pamela Fuller, Sandra Royalty, Martha 



Hall, Cathy Brewer, Teresa Hammesfahr, Joan Chapman, Francie Hill. 
Back Row: Gregory Brewer, Rick Justice, Kirt Hall, Steve White, Paul 
Heil, Brian Hyndman, Richard Heii, Jerald Wise, Ronald Wigger, Bill 
Mattingly. 




Delta Upsilon had a busy year. They 
placed fourth in intramural football and sold 
balloons for juvenile diabetes. Their home- 
coming dance was held at the Campbell 
House in Lexington. 








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The annual Kappa Alpha Old South 
Week was a highlight of the Spring. They 
sponsored a nnud wrestling event for muscu- 
lar dystrophy and went to the Children's 
hospital in Lexington with Alpha Delta Pi so- 
rority. Fall Homecoming was at the Hyatt Re- 
icy in Lexington, and Spring Formal was in 
"^"sboro at the Executive Inn. 





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he^Eta Alpha Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi was busy 
ir with campus activities and community service 
s. They collected over $500 for Sickle Cell Anemia, 
56 for the Save the Children of Atlanta Fund, and passed 
I ribbons to show their concern with the situation in 
Wthnta. They participated in the restoration of the Rich- 
liend North Civil War Cemetery, and they also participated 
|he Special Olympics. The chapter gave $100 to the 
scholarship given in honor of the late Eldorea Rhea, who 
was a member of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority on camp- 
us. Kappa Week '82 consisted of numerous events includ- 
ing a Rubik's Cube and Pac Man Tournament. The Crimson 
and Cream Formal Bali was the highlight of the week. 







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phi C)elta thetA 




First Row: Hugh lameson. Treasurer; left Crahm, Vice President: 
Michele Paul, Sweetheart; Clay Balyeat, President; Tim Brown. 
Secretary. Second Row: Tony Swartwood. Bernie Bloemer. Eddie 
Miller, John Collins. David Warwick. Randy Lykes. Tommy Cooper. 
Stephan kuhn. Steven Meyer, Lewis K'uhl. John Madigan, Kim 



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Warren, Stuart Ogiluie, St 
Michael Sloane. Brian Dickey. William Davis, [ 
Shadburne. Gregory Livingood. ^•lark Okruhlica. / 
Svvanton. John Wilkerson, George ,Anderson Mi 



*The brothers of Phi Delta Theta stayed involved 
this year socially, scholastically and athletically. They 
placed first in SAE County Fair and intramural soccer. 
The Phi Delts were ranked fourth in overall C.P.A. 
annong fraternities on campus. 

They sponsored an all-sorority softball tournament 
in March. 




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Sigma Alpha epsilo 




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First Row: Michael Asher, Scott Sacre, Steve McCombs, Eminent 
Chaplain; Robert Wood, Pledge Educator; Anthony Puckett, Eminent 
Correspondent; Andy Gillum, Eminent Recorder; Libby Riley. 
Sweetheart; Rocky Bently, Eminent Archon; Mary Ann Reid, 
Sweetheart; George M. Hacker, Eminent Deputy .Archon; David 
White, Eminent Treasurer; Fred Shearer, Eminent Chronicler; Howard 
Law, Eminent Warden; leff Asher, Eminent Herald. Second Row: lim 

Besides sponsoring the popular SAE 
County Fair, the brothers of Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon participated in many campus and 
community events. They won first place in 
intramural football and second in volleyball. 
They sponsored a kissing booth with the 
ADPi's sending the proceeds to Muscular 
Dystrophy. Spring Formal was held in Cincin- 

.nati and Homecoming was at the Sheraton 

iHotel in Lexington. 



Moore, Ray Stapleton. Bill Amato. County Fair^ 
C>uebbeman, )on Beasey, Jeff Dannenberg, Socia 
Fleining, Public Relations Chairman; Steve Coins, /v 
Bauer, House Manager; Brett .Ashcraft, Bryce Alln 
Chris Robertson. Randy Adams. Third Row: Kevin Bif 
Mindrum, Loren Brown, Rob Robinson, Steve Peege, Ma 
Rob Bentley, Gary Howard, Mike Sowder. leff Shupe, fe 
Shade Frazier, Dan Deller, Kurt Netherton, Kevin Par^ 
Coleman Back Row: Don Carpenter. Todd Pesavenfo," 
Thornsbury, lames Morgan, Pledge President; William Presson, : 
Bianco. Kevin Morgan, Marcus Turner, Thomas Bell. Kevin Cillei 
Rick Christensca. Clarke Carman, David Mitchell. Christoplier La], 
Steven Smith. Mark Lile. Clay Barnes. Rodney Scott, loseph ■ 
Collopy. 




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Creek Life 247 




First Row: Tracy Eak, Leigh Ann H 

Robin Lovely, Pledge Trainer: Lisa\.aHe,;w.oi.i,a :iuu"i. owcwricati; 
Pam Vicars, Marcel Smith. Cheryl Neclerio, Little Sigma President: 
Crystal Williams. Second Row: Doug McDaniel, left Tolar, Tom Stipes, 
Bob Hart, Terry Pugh, B. Michael Lannon, Magister; Scott Bergstrom. 
Annotator: Phil Ratliff. Pro-Consul: Brian Prall. Consul: Brad Baker. 



Belcha. Bob McNichol, Michael Roberts. iViich,- 
lon Tudor. Thomas Sulney, Frank Stapello 
Woods, David K Stubblefield, |im Roll. Rus 



The annual Sigma Chi Derby and field 
party were highlights of the Fall semester and 
all Greeks participated. They went Christmas 
Caroling with Kappa Delta Sorority at Ken- 

I wood Nursing Home and also participated in 

■ all intramural sports. In February the Sigma 
Chi's sponsored a suitcase party at which a 

I lucky person won a weekend trip to the 
Bahamas. Fall Homecoming was held in 
Georgetown and Spring Formal at Rough 

, River. 







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Creek Life 249 





First Row: Sysjn lOowd. Tommy ZnUman. Hislo 
MiisliTs. Keciirder; Hrute Higilon Rw'h Chairman: Joseph 
KliK-kfr, rmineni (ommander, lellers Lyijn<. Lt Commanrler: 
l^urcn liiikharl. Senlinfi; Brian Phillips. Lisa Irwin Second Row: 
I )a\ 1(1 earns, Lisa Tha( ker l)Hhl>ie hraysurf'. KandatI Powell, 
Kc|i')rler Ron Prewiti Slevr Krf-idifr. Civil Chairman: Steve 
Kh.idus hougFruihleniihl, Stoll Mornson, Karen Rushing. Brian 
sherrill. Back Row: Phillip Bergen, Perry Tussey, Melanre C(,>nihs, 
Dave Muih, Dave VVilshire, Rush Co-Chairman, VVillard Saunlry, 
Paul < onwav. BrenI Eaves. Holly Bernhard, Chip Bach. 



The brothers ot Sigma Nu have had a 
very successful year scholastically. They 
were ranked number one among fraternities 
for overall C.P.A. They also kept philanthro- 
py in mind by helping the foster children of 
Richmond and raising money for other chari- 
ties. 




': Ban McFarlanc!. Steve Hal 

■'Karen Fox, Dream Girl: William T: Pena. Vice Pre«idenr: 
s Pio^jge Marshal, Second Row: Roberl Cook, Chris West, 
tiDavid Sebastian, Darrell Criftith, Robert S. Crapsey. 
, Terry I. Thomas. Third Row: Chris Woods. I, R 



:hi's sponsored their annual 
Theta Chi Rally Week and the university's 
I "quarters" tournament. They collected 
f5(X) for Easter Seals and appeared on the 
Cardinal Hills Easter Seals Telethon. Their Fall 
Homecoming Dance was held at the Harley 
House in Lexington and their Spring Formal 
was held at the French Lick Springs Hotel in 
French Lick, Indiana. 



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First Row: Greg May, President: Mike Palmer, Vice-President: lohn 
Blankenbal<er, Secretary; Tony Crenshaw, Treasurer; Chip Bootli, Sgl, 
at Arms; Chris Miller, Pled.t;e Trainer; Paul Shurman, Historian; Mike 
Brown, Keith Miller, Greg Brown, ietf kirkpatnck, Clay Brashear, lohn 
Maddo\, Tony Barker, .Scott Hciibrook, Debbie Van .Arsdale, Peaey 



Mams, kim Lindon Second Row: Tim Sc 

Thomas, kini Dodson, lanet Thomas. 
Combs, Patti L^ewitt, Cintiv Halbauer. Ri 
Wilson. Renee Garland. Stacy Co\, Shanr 
Sweetheart: Lisa McDonald. 



The brothers of Tau Kappa Epsilon spon- 
sored their annual Teke Basketball Tourna- 
ment. The Tekes also sponsored a male 
model show at the Family Dog; the proceeds 
going to St. Jude's Hospital. Their Fail Prefer- 
ence was held at the Mulebarn and the Holli- 
dome in Cincinnati was the location of 
Spring Formal. 




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Keith Gant. Treasurer 
Owsley, Stanley ■^-'•^ 
Jackson, David " 
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Secretary; Melody Turner, Pr 

Back Row: Sandra Stark" '"' 




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HUSSEIN ALBESHREY 

Environmental Health 
KAREN AMBURGY 

Elementary Education 
TAMMIE APPELHAUS 

Nursing 
TINA BACK 

Nursing 

KATHY BENSON 

Marketing 
KRISS M. BERKEIHISER 

Environmental Resource 
PRISCILLA A. BERRY 

Nursing 
ALISA JANE BISCEGLIA 

Legal Secretary 

TAMMY LEIGH BLACKBURN 

Physical Education 
RICHARD C. BLANFORD 

Computer Science 
LILIAN R. BOYD 

Juvenile Correction 
SHARON BOWLING 

Legal Secretary 

CLAY BRADY III 

History/Political Science 
GARY JOE BRATCHER 

Industrial Technology 
NATALIE A. BRITTON 

Marketing 
JODIE J. BROWN 

Public Relations 

BETH BRUMLEY 

Retailing 
JILL A. BRUNNER 

Interior Decorating 
RICHARD R BUDNAR 

Fire Prevention 
ZELLA N. BUTLER 

History 

KAREN D. CABLE 

Interior Design 
BARB CALVERT 

Physical Education 
SUSAN A. CARLOCK 

Music Education 
BETTY LOU CARPENTER 

Electrical Data Processing 

CARLOS A. CHARRY 

Technical Agriculture 
JOHN M. COBLER 

Physical Education 
LINDA COLBORN 

Health Records 
WILLIAM M. COLEMAN 

Agriculture 



Saudi Arabia 

Pineville, KY 

New Albany, IN 

Louisville, KY 

Marietta, GA 

Stanton, KY 

Campbellsville, KY 

Middlesboro, KY 

Williamson, WV 

Loretto, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Jonesville, VA 

Lebanon, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Frankfort, KY 

Holland, Ml 

Mt. Olivet, KY 

Cinn., OH 

Richmond, KY 

Dry Ridge, KY 

Russell, PA 

Richwood, KY 

Kettering, OH 

Manchester, KY 

Richmond, KY 
Florence, KY 

Hamilton, OH 
Louisville, KY 




264 Seniors/ALB-GRI 




KRISTIE CONN 

KAREN ANN CONNELLY 

Nursing 
MAX CONYERS, JR. 

Geography 
SHAREN CONYERS 
Elementary Education 



DEBORAH COUCH 

Elementary Education 
WILLIAM K. COURTWRIGHT 

Printing Technology 
DAVE DAVENPORT 

Drafting/Design 
KIM DODSON 

Medical Tecnhology 

DAVID DUKE 

Agriculture 
SUSIE DUNAGAN 

Home Economics 
KATHY EMGE 

Nursing 
SHARON ENZWEILER 

Park/Recreation 

BANJAR FADHEL 

Public Health 
GERA FERGUSON 

Health Recreation 
LINDA FLATT 

Marketing 
CHERYL D. GREGORY 

Public Relations 

CHUCK CIVENS 

Vocational Agriculture 
RALPH W. GOODMAN, JR. 

Nursing 
ALLEN S. GRAVES 

Marketing 
MARSl GREER 



STANLEY J. GRIDER 

Accounting 
LINDA E. GRIENINGER 

Police Administration 
JO DENISE GRIFFIN 

Special Education 
LISA CAROL GRIFFIN 

Nursing 

DARREL K. GRIFFITH 

Business Management 
HARRY W. GRIFFITH 

Nursing 
SALLY K. GRIGSBY 

Business Education 
JAMES M. GRINNAN 

Accounting 



Smithfield, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Mt. Sterling, KY 

Hyden, KY 

Lebanon, KY 

Fairfield, OH 

Kettering, OH 

Owenton, KY 

Monticello, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Ft. Mitchell, KY 

Saudi Arabia 

Tollesboro, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Goshen, OH 

Horse Branch; KY 
Richmond, KY 
Richmond, KY 
Eminence, KY 

Somerset, KY 

Allison Park, PA 

Lexington, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Greenup, KY 

Wooton, KY 

Jackson, KY 

Ludlowe, KY 



Seniors ALB-GRI 265 



CASSIE HALL 

Home Economy Education 
TIM HARLAN 

Agronamy 
CRAIG HARMON 

Spanish 
KAREN HATTER 

Elementary Education 

TERRI LYNNE HILD 

Marketing 
KEITH D. HILL 

Police Administration 
JILL L. HORNEYS 

Marketing 
EVELYN HOWARD 

Administrative 

WALTER HULETT 

Elementary Education 
JACKE JACOBS 

Technical Horticulture 
RONDA RENE JACOBS 

Psychology 
JULIA L. JAMISON 

Elementary Education 

LARRY W. JARBOE 

Industrial Technology 
DAVID E. KALDENBERG 

Music Merchandising 
KIMBERLY S. KARR 

Nursing 
MEGHAN KELLY 

Nursing 

KEVIN ERIC KINMAN 

Industrial Education 
KIM JELLAND 

Nursing 
ROBERT JELLAND 

Geology 
MARK C. KLEIN 

Accounting 



Frankfort, KY 

W. Palm Beach, FL 

West Carrollton, OH 

Waynesburg, KY 



Louisville, KY 

Florence, KY 

Shippensburg, PA 

Quicksand, KY 

London, KY 
Burlington, KY 
Radcliff, KY 
Letteromg, PA 

Cecilia, KY 

Lamarque, TX 

Louisville, KY 

Ft. Mitchell, KY 

Dry Ridge, KY 

Westerville, OH 

Versailles, KY 

Aurora, IL 



SR. MARY DESALES KOLHOVEN 

Nursing 
BARBARA LAFALCE 

Fashion Merchandising 
WAYNE LANCASTER 

Political Administration 
SAMMY M. LEE 

Electron/Met 

DONNA LITTRELL 

Data Processing 
MICHAEL F MAHAN 

Management 
STUART MAIDEN 

Industrial Technology 
JOHN W. MALVIN 

Criminal Justice 



266 Seniors/HAL-PRI 



Richmond, VA 

Lexington, KY 

Fairdale, KY 

Hong Kong 

Louisville, KY 

Florence, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Richmond, KY 




Capt. William Boner 



Eastern has one of the largest ROTC programs in the 
nation. The men who run it are experienced army men 
who are giving the cadets the benefit of their military 
careers. 

Captain William Boner is one of these men. A gradu- 
ate of Eastern, Captain Boner was surprised that his 
request for a ROTC assignment saw him stationed at 
his alma mater. 

His request came after spending ten years in the 
Army. During that time Capt. Boner spent three years 
in Germany and served two years at Ft. Benning, Geor- 
gia, where he trained allied troops from over 60 differ- 
ent countries. 

Currently, Capt. Boner is teaching two different 
courses to freshmen while he works on his master's 
degree. His plans after that are to spend five months in 
specialized training, and from there to a position with 
the United Nations. 





JILL MAYS 

Recreation/Park 
NATALIE McCOMIS 

Biology 
LARRY E. McHENRY 

Electrical Data 
BRUCE McKINNEY 

Geology 

JEFFERY L. MINOR 

Drafting— Design 
HELEN MOODY 

Legal Assistant 
JEANIE MORGAN 

Medical Technician 
DEBORAH I. NANTZ 

Legal Assistant 

LESLEE C. NEVIUS 

Legal Assistant 
YVONNA OKESON 

Speech Communication 
PAMELA PLUMMER 

History 
RONALD POSEY 

Chemistry 

KIZ POTENSKY 

Recreation/Park 
KIM POWELL 

Physical Education 
MARK E. PRESTON 

Comp. Science 
MELODYE LYNN PRICE 

Elementary Education 



Booneville, KY 

Ashland, KY 

Portsmouth, OH 

Somerset, KY 

Middlesboro, KY 

Georgetown, KY 

Columbia, KY 

Asher, KY 

Harrodsburg, KY 

Sturgis, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Harrison, OH 

Belfry, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Mitchellsburg, KY 

Turner Station, KY 



Seniors/Hal-Pri 267 



JENIFER RATLIFF 

Journ-Political Science 
SCOTT REYNOLDS 

Industrial Education 
LAWRENCE CLAY RICE 

Elementary Education 
DEBRA ROSE 

Management 

CHARLES B. SAYLOR, JR. 

Education 
SUSAN MINICK SEWARD 

Child Development 
LINDA SUE SHARP 

Emergency Medcare 
DAVID P. SHAW 

Management 

GUS SHELTON 

Biology 
JAMES R. SHELTON 

Industrial Technology 
ELIZABETH SINNETTE 

Legal Secretary 
SARAH MARGARET SLUSHER 

Elementary Education 

ANDY L. SPARKS 

Finance 
KATHRYN SPATH 

Special Education 
BONNIE SUE SPENCER 

English 
SANDRA STARKS 

Fashion Merchandising 

MELDOY STEWART 

Elementary Education 
ROXZENENA R. STORY 

Medical Lab/Technician 
JOAN STUMPF 

Recreation/Park 
SAIED SURF 

Environmental Health 

ROBERT LEE SUTTLES, JR. 

Police Administration 
ANN THARPE 

Legal Secretary 
CAROL THARPE 

Legal Secretary 
DAVID WAYNE THORPE 

Industrial Education 



SHARON E. TITUS 

Elementary Education 
PAMELA TRABISH 

Social Worker 
DEAN TURNER 

Law Enforcement 
HENRY UTHER 

Wood Technology 



Meta, KY 

Brandenburg, KY 

Jackson, KY 

Cinn., OH 

Richmond, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Carrollton, KY 

Campbellsville, KY 

Columbia, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Ashland, KY 

Middlesboro, KY 

Mt. Sterling, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Winchester, KY 

Elizabethtown, KY 

Ghent, KY 

Mt. Sterling, KY 

Springfield, OH 

Saudi Arabia Abha 

Owingsville, KY 

Brandenburg, KY 

Brandenburg, KY 

Irvine, KY 

Batavia, OH 

Somerset, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Milan, OH 



268 Seniors/RAT-ATW 





DONNA VALERIUS 

Public Relations 
KATHY D. VICKERY 

Elementary Education 
ANTHONY L. WACAHOFF 

Marketing 
DEBORAH L. WALKER 

General Business 

MICHAEL WATTS 

Recreation/Park 
LAUREN WELCH 

History 
SHARON WHITE 

LINDA GAYLE WILCOXSON 
Medical Laboratory Technician 

CRYSTAL WILLIAMS 

Community Health 
PAMELA WILLIAMS 

Ele. Data Processing 
TERESA K. WILMERS 

Executive Secretary 
REBECCA C. WREN 

Speech Communication 

WILLIAM j. WRENN 

Police Administration 
MITCHELL G. ABNEY 

Technical Agriculture 
JAMES GREGORY ABSTON 

Technical Agriculture 
ERNEST R. ADAMS 

Perf. Arts 

PAULA ADAMS 

Medical Assistant Technology 
WILLIE ADDISON 

Secondary Education 
DEBBIE ALEXANDER 

Nursing 
LISA L. ALEXANDER 

Technical Horticulture 

SHARON E. ALLEN 

Finance 
IRIS MARIE AMOS 

School Health 
JEFF ANDREWS 

Accounting 
SHERRI ANN ARTERBURN 

Public Relation 

TRACY ARTS 

Parks/Recreation 
GENE W. ARVIN II 

Agricultural Technology 
BRETT W. ASHCRAFT 

Marketing 
LINDA H. ATWOOD 

Special Education 



Florence, KY 

Monticello, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Roxana, KY 

Frankfort, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Yosemite, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Cinn,, OH 

Danville, KY 

Covington, KY 

Berea, KY 

Albany, KY 

Owensboro, KY 

Manchester, KY 

Beattyville, KY 

Danville, KY 

Crittenden, KY 

Campbellsville, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Irvine, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Hustonville, KY 



Seniors/RAT-ATW 269 



EMILY R. AURES 

Accounting 
MARY FRANCES BACH 

Accounting 
PATRICIA BAER 

Special Education 
KATHLEEN MARIE BAILEY 

Special Education LBD 

ROBERT L. BAILEY 

General Business 
TERRI BAILEY 

Medical Rec. ADM 
TERRY BAILEY 

Management-Market 
ANN WILEY BAKER 

Special Education 

DEBRA GAIL BAKER 

Accounting 
DEBRA LYNN BAKER 

Psychology 
DIANE BAKER 

Elementary Education 
KHALID S. BAKR 

Public Health 

TOMMY N. BALDWIN 

Fire Prevention 
PID BALL 

Business Administration 
SARAH BALL 

Home Economics 
ROBERT ASHLEY BALLARD 

Industrial Technology 

LORI L. BALOGH 

Nursing 
BETH BALTZELL 

Elementary Education - H 
CLAY W. BALYEAT 

Business Management 
ROBERT D. BARBER 

Industrial Technology 

MONICA KAYE BARTLETT 
MICHAEL BARNARD 

GINA K. BARNES 

Rehabilitation Education 
JOE A. BARNES 

Accounting 

CAROL LYNNE BARNETT 

Industrial Technology 
LORALEE BARNETT 

Rehabilitation Education 
DEBORAH R. BASTON 

Medical Secretary 
GREGORY M. BEAN 

Law Enforcement 



270 Seniors/ AUR-BLA 



Owenton, KY 

Jackson, KY 

Convoy, OH 

Springfield, OH 

Louisville, KY 
Williamson, WV 

Louisville, KY 
Manchester, KY 

Eminence, KY 

Manchester, KY 

Versailles, KY 

Saudi Arabia 

Brodhead, KY 
Georgetown, KY 

Lexington, KY 
Harrodsburg, KY 

Johnstown, PA 

Fairfield, OH 

Lima, OH 

Dayton, OH 

Louisville, KY 

St. Louis, Ml 

Frankfort, KY 

Cynthiana, KY 

Berea, KY 

Harrodsburg, KY 

Dry Ridge, KY 

Hershey, PA 





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Dr. Jane Rainey 



It has been said that the two things that should not 
be discussed at parties are politics and religion. 

While they make lousy party topics, they make an 
interesting combination for a class taught by Dr. Jane 
Rainey, associate professor of political science. The 
popular class concerns itself with the relationship be- 
tween politics and religion, and the interaction of the 
two, not only in the United States, but also in other 
countries. 

Dr. Rainey also teaches a class on Soviet politics and 
has traveled to the Soviet Union on several occasions, 
most recently in 1977. Useful in her travels was her 
ability to speak Russian. 

Another interesting fact about Dr. Rainey is that 
while both she and her husband are from Atlanta, both 
attended the same high school, and both shared the 
same Russian tutor. They did not meet until they came 
to the University to teach. 

Since then, they have occupied their spare time 
renovating a house they bought in an older section of 
Richmond. 




TERESA ANNE BEAT 

Communication Disorders 
DEBORAH LYNN BECK 

Accounting 
NINA L. BEGLEY 

Psychology ^ 

CHERYL BEHNE 

Occupational Therapy 

KIM PATRICE BELL 

Nursing 
RUSSELL BENNETT 

Farm Management 
JOSEPH R. BENTLEY 

Recreation, Park Administration 
MARY ANN BENTLEY 

Management 

BARBARA J. BERRY 

Social Work 
TRACY BERRY 

Medical Laboratory Technician 
TINA BICKETT 

Dietetics 
KAYE BIEGER 

Political Science 

LISA K. BILLETER 

Business Administration 
MICHAEL BINGHAM 

Corrections 
PAMELA J. BLACK 

Child/Family 
EARL BLACKWELL 

Technical Agriculture 



Crestwood, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Austin, IN 

Glendale, AZ 

Clayton, OH 
Parkers Lake, KY 
Harrodsburg, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Mason, OH 

Greensburg, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Ft. Mitchell, KY 

Frankfort, KY 

Cadiz, KY 

Georgetown, KY 

Irvine, KY 



Seniors/ Aur-BIa 271 



HELEN BLAIR 

Occupational Therapy 
JEFFREY BLAND 

Public Relations 
TAMMY BLEVINS 

ELIZABETH ANNE BLOSS 
Special Education 

CATHY LYNNE BOCOOK 

Child-Family 
JANNENE BOEHM 

Business Education 
ELIZABETH BOCAN 

Music Education 
DEBRA J. BOGGS 

Occupational Therapy 

KATHLEEN NORA BOGGS 

Speech Communication 
PAT BOGGS 

Home Economics 
ROBERT BRYAN BOGGS 

Industrial Technology 
WENDY RENE BOLLINGER 

Recreation 

ANNE KENNEDY BOND 

Fashion Merchandising 
MARY JEAN BOONE 

Physical Education 
MICHAEL BOSSE 

Police Administration 
DEBBIE L. BOWLING 

Business Education 

YOLANDA F. BOWLING 

Law Enforcement 
SAMMY BRADLEY 

Political Science 
SHAUNA R. BRADLEY 

Marketing 
PEGGY S. BRADY 

Technical Agriculture 

JENNY I. BRAMSTEDT 

Elementary Education 
GLENN W. BRANDL 

Outdoor/Recreation 
DEBI BRANSON 

Business Administration 
CLAY BRASHEAR 

Police Administration 

SCOTT E. BREHM 

Music Education 
CYNTHIA JEAN BREITHAUPT 

Interior Design 
BROOKE BREWER 

English 
LEWIS D. BRICKER 

Industrial Art 



Bardstown, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Danville, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Ashland, KY 
Louisville, KY 

Franklin, OH 
Louisville, KY 

Hamilton, OH 

Corbin, KY 

Berea, KY 

Cheshire, CT 

Lawrenceburg, KY 

Somerset, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

London, KY 

Independence, KY 

Springfield, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Bardstown, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Port Charlotte, FL 

Middlesboro, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Findlay, OH 

Ludlow, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Van Wert, OH 




272 Seniors/BLA-BRI 




CECILIA BRIDGES 

Corrections 
LAURIE A. BRIGGS 

Health 
CHERYL BROOKS 

Management 
DEBBIE BROWN 

Elementary Education 

GREGORY S. BROWN 

General Business 
JANET ANN BROWN 

Nursing 
CHARLOTTE BROWNING 

Accounting 
JUDSON W. BROWNING 

Technical Horticulture 

LOU ANN BRUMBACK 

Child Care 
KEVIN L. BRUNER 

Marketing 
GARY BULL 

Physical Education 
JACK D. BURCHETT 

Insurance 

TINA BURDETTE 

Marketing 
DONNA BURGRAFE 

English 
PAM BURKE 

Rehabilitation 
KIMBERLY KAY BURNETT 

Occupational Therapy 

MELVIN BURNS II 

Wood Technology 
DIANE BURRIS 

Economics 
LISA C. BURTON 

Office Administration 
GAYE A. BUSH 

English 

ANDREA BUTCHER 

Corrections 
DAWN BUTLER 

Special Education 
ROBERT L. BUTLER 

Theater Arts 
TERESA RENEE CAIN 

Comm. Disord 

JAMES W. CALDWELL 

Technical Agriculture 
JO MARIE CALDWELL 

Home Economic Education 
ELLEN CAMBRON 

Nursing 
TERESA CAMDEN 

Art Education 



Cadiz, KY 

Northbrook, IL 

Louisville, KY 

Albany, KY 

Independence, KY 

Danville, KY 

Harlan, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Williamstown, KY 

Owensboro, KY 

Kalamazoo, Ml 

Pikeville, KY 

Florence, KY 

McAndrews, KY 

Frankfort, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Danville, KY 

Radcliff, KY 

Florence, KY 

Paintsville, KY 

Madisonville, KY 

Westervilie, OH 

Louisville, KY 

Crittenden, KY 

Dry Ridge, KY 

Butler, KY 

Springfield, KY 

Frankfort, KY 



Seniors/BRI-CAM 273 



KATHY CANNON 

Marketing 
PAT CARL 

Executive Secretary 
KIM CARLSON 

Marketing 
SANDRA L. CARLSON 

Cor 

DOUGLAS L. CARMICHAEL 

Police Administration 
MARKETA CARNAHAN 

Elementary Education 
MARTIN T. CARPENTER 

Forensics Science 
DIANA M. CARR 

Fashion Merchandising 

JEFFEREY C. CARRINGTON 

Police Administration 
NICHOLAS L. CARTER 

Farm Management 
MARY LYNN CASTELL 

EMT 
PAULA CASTORO 

Accounting 

KELLY L. GATHERS 

Accounting 
ROBIN LYNN CAUDILL 

Data Processing 
GARY CAUSEY 

History 
ANDREW W. CECIL 

Police Administration 

PATRICIA CECIL 

Nursing 
LINDA CHANDLER 

Elementary Education 
KATHY CHERRY 

Social Work 
CAROLYN SUE CHILDRESS 

Nursing 

PHYLLIS CHILDRESS 

Nursing 
VILMA CHIU 

Accounting 
LAURIE CHOATE 

Interior Design 
LINDA C. CHRISTENSEN 

Special Education 

MARY BETH CHRISTIAN 

VICKl CIELENSKY 

Communication Disorders 
ROBIN CLARK 

Broadcasting 
PATRICIA W. CLARY 

Industrial Technician 



274 Seniors/Can-CIa 



Harrodsburg, KY 

West Carrolton, OH 

Bristol, VA 

Boone, NC 

Somerset, KY 

Manchester, KY 

Kettering, OH 

Louisville, KY 

South Shore, KY 

Paris, KY 

Bloomfield, KY 

Seminole, FL 

Corbin, KY 

Ft. Thomas, KY 

Smilax, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Hazel Green, KY 

Kettering, OH 

Frankfort, KY 

Mt. Vernon, KY 

Mt. Vernon, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Willsboro, NY 

Ashland, KY 

London, KY 

Charleston, WVA 

Catiettsburg, KY 

Bowling Green, VA 




fM"! 




Dr. David Greenlee 

"The Bluegrass is alive with the sound of music ..." 
It makes for a poor song but it accurately describes the 
area around Dr. David Greenlee. 

As the Director of Choral Activities, Dr. Greenlee is 
in charge of the various vocal groups of the University. 
His roots in his profession stem from when he sang in 
his high school choir. He went to Ball State University 
to study under the man who conducted the all-county 
choir of which Greenlee was a member. This conduc- 
tor inspired Greenlee to become a director of choral 
music. 

However, Dr. Greenlee's job involved far more than 
just singing. The activities of the groups under his direc- 
tion range from performing at the Madrigal Dinner to 
football banquets, and from singing at halftime of foot- 
ball games to entertaining people in Europe. 

Despite all this, he still finds time to play. His hobbies 
range from photography to working with volunteer 
fire departments. 





CANDACE EILEEN CLAY 

Social Work 
CHRISTOPHER M. CLAYTON 

Police Administration 
WILLIAM K. CLAYTON 

Administrative 
WILMA CLEM 

DONNA COKER 

Health Record 
JAMES F. COLBURN JR 

Wildlife Management 
DAVID M. COLE 

Finance 
LONNIE ALLEN COLE 

Coal Mining Administration 

MARY COLEMAN 

Management 
THOMAS j. COLEMAN 

Broadcasting 
SCOTT COLTRAIN 

Law Enforcement 
KIM COMBS 

Special Education 

BONITA COMPTON 

Physical Education 
COLLEEN CONNOLLY 

Elementary Education 
KAREN D. CONYERS 

Accounting 
ROBERT COOK 

Broadcasting 



Teaneck, NJ 

Fayetteville, NC 

Cynthianna, KY 

Harlan, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Hamilton, OH 

Springfield, OH 

Winchester, KY 

Erianger, KY 

Erianger, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Centerville, OH 

Martin, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Mt. Sterling, KY 

Owensboro, KY 



Seniors/Cla-Coo 275 



SCOTT COOK 

GLORIDA COOPER 

Medical Lab 
SUSAN CORNETT 

Management 
MARY LINDA COSBY 

Music 

DEBORAH K. COVEY 

Library Science 
COOKIE DREWS 

Corrections 
CHANA R. CRIST 

Math 
ALISON A. CROOK 

Corrections 

VICKE RAE CROWDER 

Marketing 
KAREN ELIZABETH CROWDUS 

Special Ed 
ARCHIE R CRUMP JR. 

Business Ad 
DALE A. CRUMP 

Planning Dev. 

NANCY CRUSE 

Elementary Education 
GREGORY TODD CUMMINS 

Insurance 
COLLEEN CURRAN 

Community Health 
CYNTHIA CURRY 

Accounting 

GARY B. CURRY 

Construction Technician 
LISA LOGSTON CURRY 

Elementary Education 
MERIBETH CURRY 

Chemistry 
BARBARA G. CURTSINGER 

Comm. Dis. 

MARK LOUIS A'ANGELO 

Police Administration 
DAVID B. DAILEY 

Physical Education 
LISA DAILEY 

Interior Design 
BETH DAMICO 

Special Education 

CHET DAMRON 

Industrial Education 
ASGHAR DASHTI 

Agriculture 
BETH DAUGHERTY 

Elementary Education 
KENNETH DAULTON 

General Business 



Lawrenceburg, KY 

Brooksville, KY 

Forertown, KY 

Bellevue, KY 

Albany, KY 

Hardy, KY 

Lancaster, OH 

Columbus, GA 

Williamstown, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Owensboro, KY 

Winchester, NY 

Harrodsburg, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Columbia, KY 

Central City, KY 

Radcliff, KY 

Covington, KY 

Bloomfieid, KY 

Rochester, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Ludlow, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Elkhorn City, KY 

Iran-Yadz 

Louisville, KY 

Eubank, KY 




276 Seniors/COO-DOL 




LAVAUN DAVIDSON 

Accounting 
HUGH M. DAVIS 

Accounting 
KARLA B. DAVIS 

Medical Technician 
LYNNE CHARISSE DAVIS 

Business Adnninistration 

MARJORIE ELIZABETH DAVIS 

Nursing 
MELANIE DAVIS 

Child/Family St 
ERIC CHARLES DAWSON 

Industrial 
DAVID TODD DAY 

Physical Education 

MARY DAY 

Community Health 
JENNIFER JANE DEBORDE 

Elementary Education 
DEBBIE DEISHER 

Nursing 
JAMES R. DELK 

Management 

DEBBIE DELMAR 

Public Relations 
REGINA DENNIS 

Comm. Dis. 
JILL DENNY 

Elementary Education 
KIMBERLY DEWEESE 

Nursing 

PATTI DEVVITT 

Dietetics 
DON DEZARN 

Coal Min. Ad. 
DONNA JEAN DIAMOND 

Finance 
MICHAEL DICK 

Music Education 

DEE DICKMAN 
Juvenile Cor. 
SUSAN ELIZABETH DILLE 

DEBBIE A. DILLON 

Legal Assistance 
NEIL DIAMOND 

Police Administration 

BOBBIE J. DIXON 

Elementary Education 
TAMELA DOBBS 

Interior Decorating 
GREGORY DOGE 

Political Science 
KATHY DOLBOW 

English 



Somerset, KY 

Middlesboro, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Louisville, KY 

Batavia, OH 

Lexington, KY 

Assonet, MA 

Germantown, OH 

Combs, KY 

Brodhead, KY 

West Carrolton, OH 

Albany, KY 

Troy, OH 

Louisville, KY 

Lancaster, KY 

Loveland, OH 

Greensburg, KY 

Manchester, KY 

Science Hill, KY 

Pineville, KY 

Ludlow, KY 
Centerville, OH 

Liberty, KY 
Westerville, OH 

Harlan, KY 

East Bernstadt, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Louisville, KY 



Seniors/COO-DOL 277 



PAUL DONALDSON, JR 

Technical Art. 
TERESA DONNER 

Nutrition Care 
MARY L. DONOHUE 

Public Relations 
THOMAS W. DOOLEY 

Data Processing 

ROBIN DOSSETT 

Physical Education 
MARK DOWNS 

Math 
KIMBERLY K, DOZIER 

Business 
BECKI DRIESMAN 

Home Economics 

ANTHONY W. DUNCAN 

Police Administration 
SUSAN DUNN 

Fire Prevention 
GLENNA M. DURBIN 

Special Education 
BRENT DURHAM 

Marketing 

CYNTHIA DURHAM 

Business Management 
JUDITH DUSING 

Math 
KEVIN A. DUVALL 

Accounting 
MICHELLE R. DUVALL 

Art Education 

)ANE DYE 

Biology 
VICKl L. DYE 

Psychology 
RICHARD S. EARLEY 

History 
DEBORAH EASLEY 

Business Education 

TIM EATON 

KATHY EDEN 

Nursing 
URSULA EDWARDS 

Journalism 
ROBERT R. ELKIN 

Geology 

HAROLD ELLIOTT JR. 

Drafting Design 
JULIE E. EMERY 

Microbiology 
TINA KAY ESTEP 

History 
PORTER EUBANKS, III 

Police Administration 



Chester, WV 
Fairfield, OH 
Louisville, KY 
Louisville, KY 

Frankfort, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Versailles, KY 

Crestwood, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Newark, DE 

Beattyville, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Yosemite, KY 

Erianger, KY 

Richmond, VA 

Owenton, KY 

Stanford, KY 

Pikeville, KY 

Wilmington, OH 

Shelbyville, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Manchester, KY 

Springfield, Ml 

Lancaster, KY 

Winchester, KY 

Gr. Island, NY 

Inez, KY 

Lexington, KY 




278 Seniors/DON-FOS 




Dr. Doris Sutton 

Haunted houses are not part of your normal sum- 
mer vacations, but they form a focal point for this 
summer's break for Dr. Doris Sutton, an associate pro- 
fessor of English at the University. 

Dr. Sutton has planned to spend her break research- 
ing Eastern Kentucky folklore in the seven counties 
surrounding Pine Mountain. Folklore consists of the 
orally preserved traditions and stories of the area. A 
native of London, Dr. Sutton also lived in Harlan Coun- 
ty. 

Generally speaking, ghosts are not thought to be 
evil, according to Sutton. "They're usually described as 
restless spirits that come back and remind people of 
something", she said. 

"I don't disbelieve in ghosts", said Sutton. "Maybe 
there is a logical explanation, and maybe there are just 
ghosts." 




HOUSHANO FALAHATPOUR 

Medical Technology 
DAVID FARMER 

Business Administration 
SHARON E. FARTHING 

History 
BASIL FEE 

Industrial Technology 

NANETTE FELTY 

Social Work 
KIMBERLY M. FERNANDERS 

Sociology 
PHILLIP MILO FETT 

Politcal Science 
RITA E. FIGLESTAHLER 

Commerical Distributors 

BARBARA LYNN FILLINGIM 

Nursing 
LOR! ANNE FINNELL 

Emergency Medical Career 
BETH FLETCHER 

Nursing 
KARIN D. FLINN 

Elementary Education 

LIBBIE FORD 

Public Relations 
MICHAEL FORD 

CHARLES D. FORTNEY 

Broadcasting 
GARY M. FOSTER 

Wildlife Management 



Iran Tehran-Koivoij 

Louisville, KY 

Mt. Vernon, KY 

Guston, KY 

Flatwoods, KY 

Lexington, KY 

New Carlisle, OH 

Sciotoville, OH 

Clermont, FL 

Kenton, KY 

Grundy, VA 

Miamisburg, OH 

Louisville, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Bristol, Wl 

Washington C.H., OH 



Seniors/Don-Fos 279 



HOLLY FOSTER 

Physical Education 
PAM FOWLER 

Finance 
SUSAN FRANCOW 

Nursing 
DONNA FRAZER 

Medical Assistant 

NINA R. FRAZIER 

Data Processing 
BRUCE FREEMAN 

Public Relations 
SAHAH FRETTY 

English 
KAREN S. FRETZ 

Police Administration 

MARC D. FREVOLA 

Wildlife Management 
KAREN FRIED 

Interior Design 
JACQUELYN M. FROST 

Elementary Education 
MARK C. FROST 

Accounting 

TERRY FUGATE 

Art Education 
PAMELA FULLER 

Elementary Education 
BRENDA GABBARD 

Office Administration 
MARK WAYNE GAFFNEY 

Psychology 

TERESA M. GARCHINSKY 

Interior Design 
RENEE GARLAND 

Occupational Therapy 
DAVID JONATHAN GARRETT 

Industrial Technology 
BEVERLY GARRISON 

Draft/Design 

CHANDRA GARRISON 

Executive Secretary 
JAMES T GATCHETT 

Industrial Technology 
CYNTHIA GEVEDON 

Accounting 
VALERIE GIANOPULOS 

Marketing 

DANA B. GIBSON 

Chemistry 
KATHY GIFFORD 

Occupational Therapy 
KEN GILLIAM 

Industrial Technology 
BERRY GILMORE 

Drafting Design 



280 Seniors/FOS-HAL 



Buffalo, NY 

Richmond, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Poca, WV 

Louisville, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Farmington Hills, Ml 

Jersey City, NJ 
Louisville, KY 
Louisville, KY 

Carrollton, KY 

Troy, OH 

Feds Creek, KY 

Glencoe, KY 

Bardstown, KY 

Folsom, NJ 

Gray, TN 

Ft. Thomas, KY 

Manchester, KY 

KY 

Batavia, OH 

Pine Ridge, KY 

Dayton, OH 

Monticello, KY 

Maysville, KY 

London, KY 

Lebanon, KY 





STACY GIVAN 

Public Relation 
DEBORAH A. GLEASON 

Nursing 
KEN GLOVER 

Industrial Technology 
KAREN ROBBYN GOODAN 

Nursing 

KATHY LYNN GOODE 

Industrial Technology 
KIMBERLY FAYE GOODE 

Horticulture/Business 
LINDA GOSSMAN 

Marketing 
BARRY L. GRAY 

Enforcement 

lACQUELINE GREENE 

Recreation/Park Lds 
PATRICK M. GREENE 

Industrial Arts 
MARIANNE GREENLEE 

Legal Assistant 
JAMES S. GRIFFIN 

Music Education 

LARRY GRIFFIN 

Music Education 
LINDA K. GRIFFITH 

Accounting 
BAE GRIFFITHS 

Medical Assistant 
PHYLLIS MARIE GRUBB 

Emergency Medcare 

DIANE GUTHIER 

Computer Science 
GEORGE M. HACKER 

Accounting 
TANYA MARTIN HADDEN 

Livestock PR 
JULIE HAGER 

General Business 

KEVIN MICHAEL HAGGERTY 

Speech 
DONNA HAHN 

Accounting 
DONNA R. HALE 

Accounting 
BARBARA HALL 

Coal Mining 

CYNDI A. HALL 

Physical Education 
KAREN HALL 

Nursing 
MARY BETH HALL 

Marketing/Management 
RAYBURN HALL 

Business 



Louisville, KY 

Danville, IN 

Gladstone, VA 

Olive Hill, KY 

Versailles, KY 

Cumberland, KY 

London, KY 

Glasgow, KY 

Midway, KY 

London, KY 

Irvington, KY 

Frankfort, KY 

Harrodsburg, KY 

Berea, KY 

Greensburg, KY 

Corbin, KY 

Bellvue, KY 

London, KY 

Mt. Sterling, KY 

Vine Grove, KY 

Frankfort, KY 

Springfield, KY 

Jackson, KY 

Kite, KY 

Campbellsville, KY 

New Haven, KY 

Winter Haven, PL 

Richmond, KY 



Seniors/FOS-HAL 281 



COLLEEN M. HALLORAN 

Legal Assistant 
JERRY L. HAMILTON 

Marketing 
KATHRYN HANER 

Assistant Technician 
THOMAS TIMOTHY HANNER 

Elementary Education 

MYRON HANSEN 

General Home Economics 
LINDA DARLENE HARDWICK 

Technical Agriculture 
CAROL HARMEYER 

Physical Educatin 
CINDY HARMON 

Medical Assistant 

PAUL EDWARD HARROP 

Business Administration 
VIRGINIA HARVILLE 

Religion/Recreation 
JANICE LEIGH HAUENSTEIN 

Nursing 
KIMBERLY JO HAUN 

Home Economics Education 

YASUHIRO HAYASHI 

Spanish 
JANET HEAD 

Marketing 
MARY ELIZABETH HEAP 

Legal Assistant 
JANET HEDGESPETH 

Broadcast/Engineer 

MARY HEIL 

Nursing 
RAY HEILMAN 

Computer Science 
MICHELLE HEIMANN 

Nursing 
SUSAN M. HELLMANN 

Elementary Education 

KELLI HELTON 

KATHY HENDERSON 

Computer Ele 
BILLIE LYNNE HENDREN 

Interior Design 
TAMMY HENSLEY 

Law Enforcement 

JENNY HEPP 

Nursing 
KAREN HERALD 

Executive Secretary 
MICHAEL A. HERBERT 

Management 
DIANE L. HERMANN 

Nursing 



Lakeside Park, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Russell, KY 

Higland, IN 

Carlisle, KY 

Reading, OH 

Lexington, KY 

Brandenburg, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Franklin, OH 

Hokkaido, Japan 

Lexington, KY 

Rochester, NY 

Campbellsville, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Campbellsburg, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Ft. Mitchell, KY 

Nicholasville, KY 

Danville, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Harlan, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 
Newport, KY 
Lexington, KY 

Richmond, KY 




282 Seniors/HAL-HOS 



Dr. Bruce Wolford 

Education — whether he is working with students in 
the classroom, or with inmates in a prison, Dr. Bruce 
Wolford is interested in giving his students knowledge. 

Dr. Wolford spent his years before coming to the 
University working with prisoners at the Chillichothe, 
Ohio Corrections Institute, where he was the counsel- 
or for the prison's educational programs. 

Dr. Wolford has been able to relate his experiences 
with the inner workings of the correctional systems to 
the students in his corrections classes. 

His interest in Criminal Justice also carries over into 
his extra-curricular activities. Dr. Wolford is one of 
three National Advisors of Alpha Phi Sigma, the crimi- 
nal justice honorary Society. This position has given 
him the opportunity to come in contact with criminal 
justice students from throughout the nation. 





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KARAN L. HEWITT 

Elementary Education 
KIMBERLY HEYMAN 

Interior Design 
DOUGLAS J. HIBBERD 

Technical Horticulture 
TERRI HICKERSON 

Child/Eamily 

MARY ANN HILDEBOLT 

Public Relations 
JOSEPH MacLEOD HOBSON 

Eloriculture 
LAURA J. HODGIN 

Elementary Education 
CRISTI HOLCOMB 

Health Administration 



Wilmington, OH 
Worthington, OH 

Miamisburg, OH 
Elizabethtown, KY 

Eaton, OH 

Frankfort, KY 

London, KY 

South Portsmouth, KY 



MATTIE KATHERINE HOLLAND 

Elementary Education 
WILLIAM M. HOLLIFIELD 

Business Administration 
JAY K. HOLLINGSWORTH 

Recreation 
LA TUANYA HOLLOWAY 

Elementary Education 

DOUGLAS HOLMES 

Marketing 
DEAN HOLT 

journalism 
GEORGE C. HOOVER 

Real Estate 
MARTHA JANE HOSKINS 

Elementary Education 



Big Creek, KY 

Cinncinati, OH 

Columbus, OH 

Louisville, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Mitchellsburg, KY 

Frankfort, KY 

Bledsoe, KY 



Seniors/Hal-Hos 283 



STEPHEN HOTCHKISS 

Accounting 
KAREN HOUSE 

lournalism 
KIMBERLY HOUSE 

Electronic Data 
ELIZABETH HOWARD 

Interior Design 

SHARON HOWARD 

Special Education 
BARBARA HUDSON 

Social Work 
LEANNE HUFF 

Fashion Merchandising 
BARRY HUGHES 

Industrial Education 

CHARLES R. HUGHES 

Accounting 
TIM HUGHES 

Public Relations 
JAMES C. HUME 

Draft/Design 
SUSAN HUNKER 

Health Recreation 

JOLENE HUPP 

Elementary Education 
JOHN DAVID HURD 

Police Administration 
FRED HURT 

Marketing 
DWIGHT REED HUTCHINSON 

Economics 

SHUKO ICHIKAWA 

German 
RAY GECHEP 

Sociology 
DON S. IRVINE 

English 
LISA EGELSTON IRWIN 

Occupational Therapy 

NANETTE IRWIN 

Police Administration 
MONICA ANN ISAACS 

Corrections 
MILES JACKSON 

Physical Education 
JUDY JACOBS 

Police Administration 

DAVID T JARVIS 

Industrial Electronics 
LIBA JEFFRIES 

Elementary Education 
DELSIE JENKINS 

Elementary Education 
JILL JENKINSON 

Marketing 



284 Seniors/HOT-KIN 



Russel, KY 

London, KY 

London, KY 

New Haven, KY 

Winchester, KY 
Clayhole, KY 
Louisville, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Somerset, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Lancaster, KY 

Columbia, MD 

Bloomfield, KY 

Pineville, KY 

Pikeville, KY 

Somerset, KY 

Nagano, Japan 

Caroline Island 

Somerset, KY 

Franklin, OH 

Springfield, OH 

Prestonburg, KY 

Pembroke, VA 

Burlington, KY 

Georgetown, KY 
Richmond, KY 

Georgetown, KY 
Richmond, VA 





TERRY JEWELL 

Physical Education 
JINNY JOHNS 

Public Relations 
CHERYL JOHNSON 

Marketing 
POLLY JOHNSON 

Public Relations 

SHIRLEY JOHNSON 

Recreation 
PATRICIA R. JOHNSTON 

FPC 
ELAINE JONCZAK 

Elementary Education 
ANN BOYD JONES 

Community Health 

CHERYL ANN JONES 

Journalism 
DIANE C. JONES 

Child/Family 
DONNA MARIE JONES 

Interior Design 
HOLLY JONES 

Elementary Education 

JONI JONES 

Management 
LISA A. JONES 

Child Care 
MARIANNE JONES 

Elementary Education 
OTIS JONES 



PAM JONES 

Elementary Education 
PAMELA G. JONES 

English 
DAVID KAIN 

Marketing 
PAM KAISER 

Health Recreation 

JOSEPH KARSZEN 

Physical Education 
DANIEL KEELING 

Industrial Arts 
MARY ELIZABETH KEMPF 

Recreation/Park Administration 
JEFF KENDALL 

Geology 

GREG KENNEDY 

Management 
PAT KENNEDY 

Public Relations 
LISA M. KERN 

Juvenile Correction 
JACK R KINCAID 

Management 



Williamsburg, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Walton, KY 

Booneville, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Vine Grove, KY 

Weirton, WV 

Waco, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Cincinnato, OH 

Frankfort, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Milldesboro, KY 

Monticello, KY 

Charlestown, IN 

Anderson, IN 

Hazard, KY 

Bloomfield, KY 

Versailles, KY 

Centerville, OH 

W. Sayville, NY 
Louisville, KY 
Louisville, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Williamstown, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Brooksville, KY 

Louisville, KY 



SENIORS/HOT-KIN 285 



DANIEL KING 


Rockville, MD 


Security/Safety 




JAMES PATRICK KING 


Rockville, MD 


Special Education 




MOLLY KIRKWOOD 


Dayton, OH 


Special Education 




BROOKE KLAREN 


Okeechobee, FL 


Electronic Data Processing 




)OHN KLAREN 


Aurora, IL 


Electronic Data Processing 




JUAN KLAREN 


lamproud, IL 


Nursing 




TED D, KLAREN 


Aurora, IL 


Wildlife Management 




ZIP KLAREN 


Aloha, KY 


Electronic Data 




CARI KLEVEN 


Lima, OH 


Occupational Therapy 




KEVIN KNASEL 


Edgewood, KY 


Business Management 




TAMMY KNEZEVICH 


Louisville, KY 


Recreational/Park Administration 


CHERIE CAVE KNIFLEY 


Louisville, KY 


Interior Design 




DAVID KOBENER 


Crothersville, IN 


Business Management 




KEVIN KOCKS 


Traverse City, Ml 


Physical Education 




SHELIA ANN KOGER 


Albany, KY 


CARL KREMER 


Troy, OH 


History 




COLLEEN ANN KROLL 


South Orange, NJ 


Recreation/Park Administration 




STEPHEN KUHN 


Tibb City, OH 


Electric Data Processing 




WILLIAM K. LAKE 


Berea, KY 


Technical Agriculture 




LAVERNE LAKES 


McKee, KY 


Speech 




TERRY W. LAKES 


Richmond, IN 


English 




SCOTT CHARLES LALKA 


Rochester, NY 


Police Administration 




DEBBIE LANCASTER 


Brandenburg, KY 


Nursing 




CYNTHIA LANCE 


Valley Station, KY 


Elementary Education 




GREG L. LAND 


Richmond, KY 


Accounting 




GREGORY SCOTT LAND 


Hamilton, OH 


Computer Technology 




TERRY LANDRUM 


Hazel Green, KY 


Police Administration 




DEBORAH L. LANE 


Cincinnati, OH 


Insurance 






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286 Seniors/KIN-LEW 



Ruth Davis 



Caring — more than any other word, it describes a 
nurse. And caring is a word that typifies Mrs. Ruth 
Davis, assistant professor of bacculaureate nursing. 
The evidence of Mrs. Davis's caring is visible in her 
involvement in community activities. 

Mrs. David founded the Richmond Chapter of Par- 
ents Anonymous. Parents Anonymous is a self help 
group that is designed to help parents that abuse their 
children. Parents Anonymous strives to help the par- 
ents understand and change their behavior. 

Another example of "caring" is Mrs. Davis's involve- 
ment in the local hospice program. She became in- 
volved in the hospice program because of personal 
experiences. The program was created for the termi- 
nally ill and allows the patient to await the inevitable at 
home rather than in an impersonal environment. Hos- 
pice is made up of a team of doctors, nurses, ministers 
and lay people that work together to help the family 
care for the patients. 





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KELLY LANE 

Management 
NANCY JANE LANG 

Physical Education 
THERESA LANG 

Physical Education 
CARLA j. LANHAM 

Juvenile Corrections 

BRIAN MICHAEL LANNON 

English 
DAMON L. LASHLEY 

Education 
KAREN A. LAWRENCE 

Sociology 
JUDY M. LAYNE 

Political Science 

PAULA LAYNE 

Medical Laboratory Technician 
EILEEN F. LEAR 

Medical Records 



PAMELA J. LEE 

Nursing 
NANCY LEEDY 

Data Processing 

DOUG LEFLER 

Industrial Education 
JOYCE LEFTWICH 

Special Education 
ANITA LEMASTER 

JANICE LEWIS 
Nursing 



Williamsburg, KY 

Piketon, OH 

Bordentown, NJ 

Burgin, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Dayton, OH 

Philadelphia, PA 

Ivel, KY 

Betsy Layne, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Jeffersontown, KY 

Stanford, KY 



Stamping Ground, KY 

High Point, NC 

Pikeville, KY 

Lancaster, OH 



Seniors/Lan-Lew 287 



VERGE E. LEWIS Louisville, KY 

Criminalistic 
BARBARA LIES Cincinnati, OH 

Special Education 
LORI LLISCHKCE Aurora, IN 

Commercial Recreation 
DONALD WILLIAM LOCKHART Prospect, KY 

Broadcasting 



STU LOGAN 

Pol. Ad./Pol. 
KATHRYN LONG 

Accounting 
KENNETH H. LONG, JR. 

Date Processing 
LYNNE C LONG 

Accounting 

SHERYL A. LONGWORTH 

Microbiology 
DEAN B. LORING 

Management 
LAURA LOUGH 

Data Processing 
ROBIN LEE LOVELY 

Elementary Education 

SUSAN LUBS 

Dietetics 
KATHLEEN LUKEN 

Occupational Therapy 
ALLYSON LUSBY 

English 
GAYLE LUSK 

General Home Economics 

SANDRA LYNCH 

Elementary Education 
DANNY R. LYONS 

Industrial Arts 
YOLONDA S. LYSLE 

Recreation Park 
FLOYD BRYAN MACK 

Computer Electronics 



TAMARA MACTAVISH 
Business Administration 
DARLEN MAHLER 

Medical Technology 
MISSY MALCOM 

Biology 
RALPH L. MALEAR 

Administrative Management 

CHERYL MALETTA 

Foreign Language 
JANIE MANLEY 

Elementary Education 
JOEL DOUGLAS 

Marketing 
WILLIAM R. MARCUM 

Technical Agriculture 



Tipp City, OH 

Richmond, KY 

North Middletown, KY 

Paris, KY 



Franklin, OH 

Cincinnati, OH 

Danville, KY 

Franklin, OH 

Southfield, Ml 

Dayton, OH 

Georgetown, KY 

Jackson, KY 

Pikeviile, KY 

New Castle, KY 

Louisville, KY 

King George, VA 

Lakewood, NY 

Mt. Sterling, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Dayton, OH 

Elizabeth, KY 

Ft. Mitchell, KY 

Alpha, KY 




288 Seniors/LEW-MCK 




STEVEN A. MARKS 

Police Administration 
ELLEN R. MARSH 

Health/Recor 
BARBARA MARTIN 

Special Education 
DARRELL E. MARTIN 

Speech Communication 

DOMINIC MARTIN 

Fire Prevention 
TINA MARTIN 

Music Merchandising 
BILL MASSEY 

Date Processing 
FRANCINE MATTHEWS 

Management 

BETTYE MATTINGLY 

Special Education 
PATRICIA MATTINGLY 

Parks Recreation 
RODNEY R. MATTINGLY 

Physical Education — Health 
MARK MATTOX 

Real Estate 

NORMANDIE MAY 

Physical Education 
PAMELA J. MAY 

Legal Assistant 
BETH McADAM 

Park Recreation 
)ACKIE McAFEE 

Nursing 

STAGEY McANINCH 

Fashion Merchandising 
DAVID McBRIDE 

Accounting 
DONNIE McBRIDE 

Health Education 
TERRl McCANN 

Physical Education 

TIMOTHY D. McCLAIN 

Economics 
KYLE L. McCLARTY 

General Home Economics 
JON RANDAL McCOMBS 

Electronic Data Processing 
TIMMY W. McDANlEL 

Environmental Resources 

MIRANDA G. McGEE 

Social Work 
JOHN DAVID MclNTOSH 

Business Marketing 
BARBARA McKEEHAN 

Sociology 
KIMBERLY A. McKENNA 

Elementary Education 



Covington, KY 

Latonia, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Eminence, KY 

Columbus, OH 

Stanton, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Wiborg, KY 

Danville, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Lebanon, KY 

Carllisle, KY 

Lancaster, OH 

W. Liberty, KY 

Lagrange, KY 

Mt. Washington, KY 

Mason, OH 

Frenchlick, IN 

Richmond, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Dayton, OH 

Louisville, KY 

Concord, GA 

Troy, OH 

Lexington, KY 

Beattyville, KY 

Frankfort, KY 

Ft. Thomas, KY 



Seniors/LEW-MCK 289 



MARK R. McKENNA 

Drafting Design 
MARY McKlNNEY 

Rehabilitation Education 
ROBERT E McNICHOL 

Finance 
MARY ANN McQUINN 

Journalism 

WARREN C. MEADOWS 

Police Administration 
LINDA MEEKS 

Home Economics 
HAROLD MECARGEL 

Management 
JOHN MEINZER 

Emergency Medcare 

NICK W. MENGOS 

Management 
ANITA MESSER 

Physical Education 
JERRY D. MEYER 

Speech Communication 
KEVIN S. MIDDLETON 

Drafting/Design 

BETTY L. MILBURN 

Elementary Education 
BOBBY MILES 

LAURIE MILLARD 
Elementary Education 

CHRIS MILLER 
Physical Education 

EMILY MILLER 

Social Work 
LINDA MILLER 

Elementary Education 
PATTI MILLER 

Speech 
ROSELLA MILLER 

Rehabilitation Education 

SANDRA MILLER 

Interior Design 
JENNIFER R. MILLS 

Elementary Education 
OSAMA H, MONAWAR 

Health Education 
CAROLYN MONTGOMERY 

Business Education 

GLENDA MONTGOMERY 

Special Education TMH 
PAM MONTGOMERY 

Medical Assistant Technician 
DENISE MOORE 

Environmental Resources 
JONN MOORE 

Police Administration 



Ft. Thomas, KY 

Paris, KY 

Rockville, MD 

Hazel Green, KY 

Stanton, KY 

Dayton, OH 

Hammonton, NJ 

Richmond, KY 

Troy, OH 

Portsmouth, OH 

Mt. Sterling, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Harrodsburg, KY 

Lebanon, KY 

Lakewood, NY 

Richmond, KY 

Irvine, KY 
Cincinnati, OH 
Richmond, KY 
Covington, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Frankfort, KY 

Saudi Arabia 

Danville, KY 

Carrollton, KY 

Burgin, KY 

Ewing, VA 

Georgetown, KY 




290 Seniors/MCK-MYN 



Tom Jones 



Football rivalries are commonplace — it's the 
intensity of these rivalries that are so relevant to 
individuals. And when it comes to intensity, the 
rivalries between Eastern, and both Western and 
Morehead, are perfect examples. 

Coach Tom Jones has experienced this intense 
rivalry not only as a coach but as a player. An 
offensive center at Western, he was a member of 
two OVC championship squads. After graduating 
from Western in 1973, Jones went on to coach 
various high school squads. His 1977 team won 
him the honor of Class A Coach of the Year in 
Kentucky. He then went on to Morehead where 
he served as the offensive line coach for one year 
and the defensive line coach for two years. 

In 1981 Jones became an assistant coach for his 
alma mater's greatest rival. Eastern. Tom Jones is 
now the offensive line Coach for the Colonels. 





KERRY JAY MOORE 


Burlington, KY 


Microbiology 




PENELOPE MOORE 


Stanton, KY 


Elementary Education 




JOHANNAH MORAN 


Dayton, KY 


Recreation 




JANE MORELAND 


Dillsboro, IN 


Social Work 




SUSAN S. MORGAN 


Louisville, KY 


RHONDA SUSAN MORRIS 


Huddy, KY 


Psychology 




TERESA MORRIS 


Campton, KY 


Elementary Education 




DEBORAH L. MUDD 


Lebanon, KY 


Health Records 




PAULA S. MULLINS 


Lexington, KY 


Dietetics 




TRACY DRISKILL MULLINS 


Petersburg, VA 


Public Relations 




LESLIE MURPHEY 


Israel 


Occupational Therapy 




BRENDA L. MURPHY 


Otisco, IN 


Occupational Therapy 




JACQUELINE MURPHY 


Finchville, KY 


Art 




PATRICIA MUSTER 


Marietta, GA 


Early Education 




TODD A. MYERS 


Nicholasville, KY 


Public Relations 




DONALD N. MYNATT 


Richmond, KY 


Industrial Technician 






Seniors/McK-Myn 291 



LINDA R. MYNATT 


Richmond, KY 


Office Administration 




ROBIN NALLEY 


Louisville, KY 


Recreational Park Administration 


SUSAN BETH NANCE 


Owensboro, KY 


Management 




RETA NAPIER 


Richmond, KY 


Legal Assistance 




HOWARD M. NATALIE 


Louisville, KY 


Sp. Com. Humr. 




CHARLES G. NEAL 


Stanton, KY 


Electronic Data Processing 




NANCY NEELY 


Lagrange, KY 


Nursing 




LAURA NEIKIRK 


Somerset, KY 


Elementary Education 




JON OREN NICHOLAS 


Louisville, KY 


Art 




JOHNNIE W. NICHOLSON 


Somerset, KY 


EDP 




ROSE MARY NOLAN 


Bledsoe, KY 


Elementary Education 




SHARON NOLAN 


Fairfield, OH 


Nursing 




JO LYNN NORFLEET 


Cynthianna, KY 


Elementary Education 




ANDREA NORRIS 


Louisville, KY 


Computer Science 




KATHERINE S. NORTON 


Middlesboro, KY 


Interior Design 




KATHY LYNN O'GARA 


Louisville, KY 


Fashion Design 




PATRICIA ANNE O'CONNELL 


Jamestown, NC 


Special Education 




BARBARA ANNE OLIVER 


Booneville, KY 


English/French 




PHIL OLIVER 


Smithfield, KY 


Management 




JACQUELINE G. OLVIER 


West Lafayette, IN 


Occupational Therapy 




JOHN DANIEL ORMAN 


Louisville, KY 


Special Education 




MITZIE OROURKE 


Louisville, KY 


Electronic Data Processing 




ELIZABETH PALMER 


Lancaster, OH 


Special Education 




KEITH PALMER 


Kettering, OH 


Economics 




KIM PARHAM 


St. Myers, FL 


Occupational Therapy 




BARBARA PARKER 


Berea, KY 


Food Service Administration 




DANNY L. PARKER 


Berea, KY 


Accounting 




LAURA PARKER 


Hazard, KY 


Nursing 






292 Seniors/MYN-PRA 




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GARY E. PARSONS 

)ANA PARTINGTON 

Nursing 
MICHELE L. PAUL 

Broadcasting 
DOUG PAVLOVIC 

Marketing 

KAYE PAYNE 

Elementary Education 
MIKE PEDNEAU 

Coal Mining Administration 
JEFFERY L. PERDUE 

Industrial Technology 
JAY PERKINS 

Business Administration 

HARRY JAMES PETERSON 

Police Administration 
KARA JEAN PETTIBONE 

Physical Education 
KATHY PHELPS 

Marketing 
RUTH ANN PHILLIPS 

Home Economics Education 

STEVEN MAX PHILLIPS 

Police Administration 
PAMELA J. PHOENIX 

Physical Education 
TAMI PICTON 

Special Education 
LINDA LEE PIERCE 

Finance 

KIMBERLY D. PIERCY 

Nursing 
KIM PLATT 

Legal Secretary 
LAURE PLEASANTS 

Management 
PEGGY PLEASANTS 

Elementary Education 

PATTY PLOTTS 

Health Care 
MARTHA CAROL POORE 

Micro Biology 
MARY JO POTENSKY 

Recreation 
LYNN POTTER 

Recreation 

MARY J. POTTER 

Management 
ANN POWELL 

Music 
JACQUELYN POWELL 

Psychology 
CHARLES W.H. PRATT 

Recreation 



London, KY 

Troy, OH 

Lexington, KY 

Xenia, OH 

Mt. Vernon, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Beattyville, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Middletown, PA 

Berea, KY 

Somerset, KY 

Lawrenceburg, KY 

Miamisburg, OH 

Crestview Hills, KY 

Russell, KY 

Dayton, OH 

Monticello, KY 

Loyall, KY 

Edgewood, KY 

Stanford, KY 

Easton, PA 

Monticello, KY 

Belfrey, KY 

Russell, KY 

Webster, NY 
Louisville, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Louisville, KY 



Seniors/MYN-PRA 293 



PATRICIA PRATT 

Business Education 
MARK K. PRESTON 

Marketing 
ROBBYN PREWITT 

Comm. Disorder 
RICHARD PRICE 

Police Administration 

JOSEPH PRIDMORE 

Technical Horticulture 
TERRY A. PUGH 

Finance 
LAURA PURDY 

Social Work 
JENNIFER W. PUTNAM 

Technical Horticulture 

KAREN MARIE QUITTER 

Marketing 
ROBERT E. RABENECKER JR. 

Management 
SALLY RAYE RAILEY 

Management 
RHONDA RAINS 

Special Education 

ALMA RALSTON 
Special Education 

AUGALYN RANDOLPH 
Elementary Education 

CYNTHIA ANN RANDOLPH 
Electronic Data Processing 

PHIL RATLIFF 
Marketing 

WANDA TAYLOR RATLIFF 

Nursing 
LINDA R. RAUCH 

Occupational Therapy 
KIMBERLY M. REAMS 

ANDREA JOY REED 
Special Education 

BRENDA J. REED 

Interior Design 
ROBERT W. REHBERG 

Corrections 
LAUREI E. REISTEDLER 

Accounting 
JIM RENFROW 

Medical Technology 

TERESA RHADUS 

Finance 
PATRICE RICHWALSKY 

Education 
MARVIN D. RIDNER 

Business Management 
MARTY RIEHEMANN 

Wildlife Management 



294 Seniors/PRA-ROB 



Hazard, KY 
Oak Ridge, TN 
Winchester, KY 

Radcliff, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Dorton, KY 

Louisville, KY 

West Hartford, CT 

Cold Spring, KY 

Louisville, KY 

S Romgfoe D. KY 

Harlan, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Mt. Healthy, OH 

Pikeville, KY 

Pikeville, KY 

New Carrollton, MD 

Richmond, KY 

E. Bernstadt, KY 

Parksville, KY 

Elizabethtown, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Walnut, MS 

Richmond, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Corbin, KY 

Sarasota, FL 




Thanks to the efforts of Dr. Robert Burkhart, chair- 
person of the English Department, several stray dogs 
and cats around campus now have new homes. 

Burkhart's concern for the animals prompted him to 
write a letter to The Progress last year. Through the 
power of the press and the concern of several stu- 
dents, Burkhart and Judy Cunningham of the College 
of Education organized Animal Friends. 

Animal Friends' purpose was to find homes and care 
for the strays on campus. 

"1 think the most direct result of the group has been 
that students which have brought animals here are 
being more responsible for their care," said Burkhart. 

He said several faculty members, students. Universi- 
ty security staff and the University dairy barn have 
provided homes for strays in the past year. 



Dr. Robert Burkhart 





STEVE RIEHEMANN 

Wildlife Management 
JAMES MONROE RILEY 

Piano 
JANE RILEY 

Psychology — English 
LAURIE SHARON RISCH 

Interior Design 

KIMBERLY RITCHIE 

Nursing 
ROBYN TAYLOR RITCHIE 

Child/Family 
SUZANNE RITTER 

Accounting 

DEBBIE ROADEN 
Management 

SCOTT ROARK 

Law Enforcement 
TOM ROBBINS 

Psychology 
WEND! D. ROBBINS 

English 
DONNA L. ROBERTS 

Technical Horticulture 

KELLY LEE ROBERTS 

Nursing 
RICKY C. ROBERTS 

General Business 
WILLIAM M. ROBERTS 

Biology 
DEBRA A. ROBINSON 

Nursing 



Sarasota, FA 

Buckhorn, KY 

Jacksonville, FA 

Ft. Thomas, KY 

Owensvilie, KY 

Berea, KY 

Tompkinsviile, KY 

Corbin, KY 

Happy, KY 

Oak Ridge, TN 

Pineville, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Big Creek, KY 

London, KY 

Louisville, KY 



Seniors/Pra-Rob 295 



ROBERT E. ROBINSON 

Accounting 
KENT S. ROBINSON 

General Business 
TAMMY LEANN ROBINSON 

Business Ed 
RAY ROBLIN 

Geology 

TAMMY DENISE RODGERS 

Elec. Data Processing 
JAMES H. ROLF 

Elec. Data Processing 
DANNY ROSE 

Political Science 
JOEL E. ROSE 

Computer Electronics 

NANCY LYNN ROSS 

Psychology 
ANGELA ROSSETTI 

Corrections 
NANCY L. ROTERT 

Me jical Assistant 
KELLEY A. ROTH 

Medical Tech. 

LISA C. ROTHEL 

Political Science 
DALE ROTHWELL 

Tech. Agriculture 
MARSHA GAY ROYALTY 

Administration Management 
SANDRA D. ROYALTY 

Printing Tech. 

CYNTHIA ROYSTER 

Art 
GINA RUNYON 

Corrections 
BRENDA LYNETTE RUSSELL 

Elementary Education 
MARK RUSSELL 

Accounting 

RUTH A, RUSSELL 

Accounting 
PATRICIA J. SALERNO 

Theatre Arts 
LINDA SALLEE 

Business 
ANGELA DENISE SAMUELS 

Data Processing 

TERESA LYNN SAVAGE 

Nursing 
ERIC SAYLER 

Vocational Agriculture 
LEISA A. SAYLOR 

Fashion Merchandising 
JAMES E. SCANLON 

Marketing 



Fern Creek, KY 

Jeffersonville, IN 

Harlan, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Liberty, KY 

Ft. Thomas, KY 

Berea, KY 

Florence, KY 

Covington, KY 

Shelbyville, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Valley Station, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Burgin, KY 

Harrodsburg, KY 

Elizabethtown, KY 

Richmond, KY 

McKee, KY 

Corbin, KY 

Hazard, ky 

Louisville, KY 

Mt. Sterling, KY 

Erianger, KY 

Winchester, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Frankfort, KY 

Farmington Hills, Ml 




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296 Seniors/Rob-Sho 




)OSIE SCARSCONI 


Detroit, Ml 


Accounting 




ROBERT SCHAERGES 


Cincinnati, OH 


Marketing 




DINA SCHARNHORST 


Cincinnati, OH 


Emergency Med. 




SCOTT SCHEYNOST 


Valley Station, KY 


DAVID E. SCHLATTER 


Louisville, KY 


Business Administration 




MICHAEL SCHNEIDER 


Indianapolis, IN 


Wildlife Management 




IRVING D. SCHOENACKER 


Waterloo, NY 


RE. 




KELLY SCHOO 


Louisville, KY 


Nursing 




)ON SCHROCK 


Monroe, OH 


Horticulture 




VICKl SCHULTE 


Reading, OH 


Office Administration 




KIP SCHWABE 


Chicago, IL 


Police Administration 




BECKY SCOTT 


Hardy, KY 


Accounting 




TAMMY SCOTT 


Mt. Healthy, OH 


Accounting 




TRISH SCOTT 


Bardstown, KY 


Social Work 




CAROL SEAY 


Louisville, KY 


Transportation 




STEPHEN SETTLE 


Richmond, KY 


Industrial Education 




MARY A. SHACKELFORD 


Irvine, KY 


Medical Assistant 




DEBORA SHAFFER 


W. Portsmouth, OH 


Elementary Education 




AHMED A. SHAHRI 


Saudi Arabia 


Environmental Health 




G. SCOTT SHAVE 


St. Charles, MO 


Police Administration 




FRED H. SHEARER 


Louisville, KY 


Marketing 




JONN FRANKLIN SHEARER 


Richmond, KY 


Industrial Tech. 




MARKITA ). SHELBURNE 


Shelbyville, KY 


English-Journalism 




CARLOTTA C. SHELTON 


Richmond, KY 


Child/Family 




CAROL SHERROD 


Ft. Knox, KY 


Medical Lab. Tech. 




LEIGH SHIREMAN 


Louisville, KY 


Recreation 




JAN SHOEMAKER 


Frankfort, KY 


Home/Econ. 




DOROTHY SHORT 


Richmond, KY 


Child Development 






Seniors/Rob-Sho 297 



JACQUELINE SHULER 

Interior Design 
KIMBERLY SIMMERMAN 

Performance 
LAURA SIMONSEN 

Marketing 
STEVEN K. SINGLETON 

Accounting 

DIANA SISSEL 

Home Economics 
ALETHA R. SIZEMORE 

Nursing 
BILLIE SIZEMORE 

Political Science 
OMA JAMES SIZEMORE 

Elementary Education 

TOSKA S. SKAGGS 

Music Technology 
SONDRA SLAVEY 

Elementary Education 
DAVID MICHAEL SMITH 

Pre-Dent. Science 
MARCEL SMITH 

Broadcasting 

MARY TERESA SMITH 

Social Work 
MONICA A. SMITH 

Special Education 
PEGGY SMITH 

Police Administration 
S. SHAWN SMITH 

Journalism 

TAMMY J. SMITH 

Music 
TONY L. SMITH 

Psychology 
VIKKI SMITH 

Education 
WINFIELD SMITH 

Ind. Art. Ed. 

DEBRA SNIDER 

Microbiology 
RON SNIDER 

Construt. Tech. 
DANE S. SNOWDEN 

Management 
JAN SPAULDING 

Nursing 

CINDY SPEARS 

Finance 
LAURA SPENCER 

Elementary Education 
KARL STABER 

Physical Education 
VICKIE STACY 

Administration Management 



Louisville, KY 

Hazard, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Mt. Vernon, KY 

Falmouth, KY 

Ft. Thomas, KY 

Hyden, KY 

Hyden, KY 

Charlestown, IN 

Somerset, KY 

Crown Point, IN 

Manchester, KY 

Crown Point, IN 

Hodgenville, KY 

Owenton, KY 

Mason, OH 

Richmond, KY 

Booneville, KY 

Littleton, CO 

Danville, KY 

Beaver, PA 

Jackson, OH 

Winchester, KY 

Wheelersburg, OH 

Liberty, KY 

St. Marys, OH 

Wayne, Ml 

Campton, KY 




298 Seniors/Shu-Sti 



With the coming of age of the women's movement, 
there has been a greater emphasis on women and their 
role in history. 

Associate professor of history Dr. Nancy Forderhase 
has conducted extensive studies on just that subject. 
She teaches a class on the topic, and to make that 
knowledge more accessible she also makes herself 
available as a speaker for various civic groups. 

Her particular field of interest is the women of the 
Shaker Society. She became interested in this topic as a 
result of working with the Elderhostel program, and 
educational program for senior citizens that culminates 
in a visit to Pleasant Hill, Ky., also known as Shaker- 
town. 

Her greatest love, however, is teaching. Her style 
and affection for her students have won her many 
lasting friendships. 

A vibrant personality and an inquistive mind are truly 
the best ways to characterize Dr. Forderhase. 



Dr. Nancy Forderhase 











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MARSHA STACNER 

Child Care 
ANN E. STAHLEY 

Legal Secretary 
NELWOOD STAMPER 

Physical Education 
MELISSA STANLEY 

Administrative 

SAUNDRA STEARNS 

Floriculture 
THERESE STEFANS 

Corrections 
GREG STENGEL 

Marketing 
jOE STEPHANY 

Police Administration 

RON STEPHENS 

Industrial Technician 
JOSEPH STEPHENSON 

Industrial Education 
CAROL JANE STEWART 

Child/Family 
GARY S. STEWART 

Police Administration 

GEORGE T STEWART 

Psychology 
JAY R. STINE III 

Law Enforcement 
GREG STIVERS 

Economics 
JACQUELYN STIVERS 

Marketing 



Burgin, KY 
Cincinnati, OH 
Booneville, KY 
Richmond, KY 

Albany, KY 

Chicago Heights, IL 

Louisville, KY 

Rochester, NY 

Richmond, KY 

Stanton, KY 

Barbourville, KY 

Frankfort, KY 

Valley Station, KY 

Newport, PA 

Louisville, KY 

Fairport, NY 



Seniors/Shu-Sti 299 



NANCY G. STOECKLE 

Physical Education 
WILLIAM A. STOKES 

Pol. Science/English 
JOHN H. STONE 

Broadcasting 
LYNN STONE 

Office Administration 

PHYLISHA STONE 

Elect. Data Processing 
JEFFREY KEITH STORY 

Recreation/Park 
SUSAN STRANGE 

Special Education 
MALEENA D. STREEVAL 

Journalism 

ROBIN A. STROUD 

Rec./Park Administration 
YOLANDA SWINFORD 

Interior Design 
MARY ANNETTE TACKETT 

Computer Science 
JOAN TALBERT 

Juvenile Cor. 

KAREN TALBOTT 

Accounting 
KRISTl TALLARICO 

Dietetics 
MICHAEL TATE 

Elementary Education 
MOHAMMAD TAVAKOUAN 

Data Processing 

BELINDA G. TAYLOR 

Business Education 
CHARLES E. TAYLOR 

Elec. Data Processing 
SHANNON TAYLOR 

Art 
BARRY TEATER 

Journalism 

STEPHANIE TEMPLE 

History 
JEFFREY THOMAS 

FBC 
JERRY THOMAS 

Law Enforcement 
JUSTIN THOMAS 

Police Administration 

SHELIA THOMAS 

Elementary Education 
FREDERICK O. THOMPSON 

Accounting 
JANIE THOMPSON 

Sociology 
JULIE M. THOMPSON 

Electronics 



Park Hills, KY 

London, KY 

Campton, KY 

Kettering, OH 

Summer Shade, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Annapolis, MD 

Liberty, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Frankfort, KY 

Harrodsburg, KY 

Stamping Ground, KY 

Kettering, OH 

Louisville, KY 

Irvine, KY 

Iran 

Parksville, KY 

London, KY 

Middlesboro, KY 

Nicholasville, KY 

Gray, KY 

Atlanta, GA 

Richmond, KY 

Auburn, NY 

Booneville, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Richmond, KY 



300 Seniors/Sto-Tur 






Dr. Mary McGlasson 

Despite the gray that streaks her hair, it is difficult to 
believe that Mary McGlasson, assistant professor of 
biology, is not a teenager in disguise. Her enthusiasm 
for life gives her a youthful appearance. 

McGlasson has many interests to keep her young. 
She is the president of the Richmond Choral Society 
and also sings with the group. 

Her love of life has led McGlasson to do what many 
people only dream about. At the age of 48, she set out 
to obtain one of her dreams, to learn to ride horses. 
She took lessons and spent the majority of that sum- 
mer riding mountain trails in Colorado, Montana and 
Arizona. 

McGlasson also dreams of riding the space shuttle. 
However, her love of teaching is keeping her feet on 
the ground. 



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LISA THOMPSON 

Elementary Education 
JAMES L. THORPE 

Agriculture 
CAREY TICHENOR 

Recreation 
GINA MOORE TILFORD 

Nursing 

TERESA TILTON 

Nursing 
CAROLYN D. TIPTON 

Business Education 
SUSAN TOBERGTE 

DARRELL T TOKARSKI 
Fire Prevention Conservation 

ERIC VON TOUT 

Police Administration 
LISA TRAUTWEIN 

Communication Disorders 
DEBRA TRENT 

Medical Technician 
CAROL TUDOR 

Administrative Office Service 

LAWRENCE TUDOR 

Business Administration 
MARTHA TUDOR 

Marketing 
EDWARD E. TURNER 

Accounting 
MELODY G. TURNER 

Law Enforcement 



Richmond, KY 

Lizton, IN 

Calhoun, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Ashland, KY 

Ravenna, KY 

Independence, KY 

Carol Stream, ILL 

Owingsville, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Stanton, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Danville, KY 

Bellbrook, OH 

Cumberland, KY 



Seniors/Tho-Tur 301 



ROBERT GUY TURNER 

Secur. Pub. 
SANDRA K. TURNER 

Legal Assistant 
SONDRA TURNER 

Nursing 
TON! TURNER 

Elementary Education 

TONI TURNIPSEED 

Corrections 
GENEVA K. TURPIN 

Corrections 
ELIZABETH LYNN TUSSEY 

Elect. Data Processing 
PATTY A. UNDERWOOD 

Administration Management 

CYNTHIA UNGER 

Administration Office Service 
VICKI VAIL 

Child/Family 
DEBORAH VANARSDEL 

Special Education 
RON VANDENBUSSCHE 

V^ildlife Management 

DORIS VENEZIE 

Marketing 
KIM WAGNER 

Accounting 
DANNY WALTERS 

Broadcasting 
MIKE WALTON Rose 

Speech Comm. 

BERNADINE WARD 

Commun. Diso. 
DOWNEY WARD 

Geology 
DEBRA A. WARFORD 

Accounting 
CAROLYN WARREN 

Elementary Education 

NATALIE WARREN 

Nursing 
DEBBY WARTINGER 

Dietetics 
FRANCESCA MARIE WATSON 

Public Relations 
ROBIN LEE WATSON 

Music Merch. 

BENNY WEBB 

Geology 
LABERTA WEBB 

Dietetics 
PHYLLIS A. WEBB 

Nursing 
CINDY WEDEMEYER 

Legal Assistant 



Millersburg, KY 

Manchester, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Hyden, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Nicholasville, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Buffalo, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Fairfield, OH 

Crav^/fordsville, IN 

Elk Grove, IL 

Danville, KY 

Pikeville, KY 

Owensboro, KY 

Terrace Comm., KY 

Carrollton, KY 

Owensboro, KY 

Winchester, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Hodgenville, KY 

Miamisburg, OH 

Miami, PL 

Cincinnati, OH 

Middlesboro, KY 

Manchester, KY 

Middlesboro, KY 

Prospect, KY 




302 Seniors/Tur-Wil 



"There'll be a few tears shed when I leave this 
place." 

Edsel Mountz wasn't necessarily talking about the 
students when he made that statement, but he might 
well have been. Mountz is the kind of person every 
student dreams of meeting — an adviser who enjoys 
the work. According to him, advising is one way to get 
to know the students well and make lasting friend- 
ships. 

Academic advising isn't the only type he does. He 
also has served as faculty sponsor for Beta Theta Pi 
fraternity, co-sponsor of Pi Omega Pi and was even 
adviser of the Wesley Foundation "back in the early 
days". 

Mountz came to the University in 1956 and has 
watched it grow every year. As he put it, he's had a lot 
of fun here but he is looking forward to his impending 
retirement. While it will give him a chance to travel and 
work in his garden, Mountz knows he will miss the 
students. 

He probably put it best when asked why he enjoys 
being around young people — "It keeps one young — 
it doesn't give you a chance to think old." 



tasei Mountz 





JOHN A. WELCH 

Management 
R. MELBURN WELCH 

Music Education 
TRESKA D. WELCH 

Nursing 
VANESSA WESLEY 

Broadcasting 

DENNIS M. WEST 

Marketing 
MARY SUE WESTERMEYER 

Spanish 
CHARLES WESTRICK 

Special Education 
CYNTHIA WHALEN 

Elementary Education 

DALE E. WHEELER 

Agriculture 
DWAYNE WHITE 

Police Administration 
MELANIE WHITE 

Corrections 
LINDA WHITEHEAD 

Elementary Education 

MARCUS C. WHITT 

Speech Communication 
LYNN C. WHITTAKER 

Fashion Merchandising 
jODY L. WILDRIDGE 

Social Work 
BETH WILLETT 

Fashion Merchandising 



Mayking, KY 

Mt. Sterling, KY 

Dayton, OH 

Cadiz, KY 

Beilevue, KY 

Florence, KY 

Milton, KY 

Maysville, KY 

Bedford, KY 

Independence, KY 

Ft. Thomas, KY 

Brodhead, KY 

Paintville, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Lawrenceburg, IN 

Tompkinsville, KY 



Seniors/ Tur-Wil 303 



ROBIN B. WILLEY 

General Business 
MARIANNE WILLIAMS 

Elementary Education 
RHONDA CHARISSE WILLIAMS 

Marketing 
STACIA ELAINE WILLIAMS 

Pre- Vet. Medicine 

GAVE A. WILLIS 

Management 
LISA WILLOUGHBY 

Elementary Education 
MELANIE Y WILLS 

Office Ad. 
PAULA ). WILLS 

Business Management 

DANNY WILSON 

Accounting 
DEREK WILSON 

Sociology 
GWENDOLYN WILSON 

Elementary Education 
LINDA WILSON 

Public Relations 

RICHARD A. WILSON, JR. 

Police Administration 
JUDITH L. WILT 

Social Work 
BETTY WISEMAN 

Nursing 
GINA WITT 

Accounting 

ILONA AUDREY WIX 

Health Record 
CYNTHIA L. WOHN 

French 
CYNTHIA L. WOLFE 

Interior Design 
ANEIDA M. WOLFORD 

Physical Education 

VIVIAN WONG 

Dietetics 
KAREN WOODALL 

Medical Assistant 
CHRIS R. WOODS 

Marketing 
LEESA WOOLUMS 

Commun. Deso. 

KATHLEEN WOOTON 

Chemistry 
LISABETH WRAY 

History 
MEREDITH WRAY 

Orna. Hortic. 
SUSAN WREN 

Management 



Miami Lakes, FL 
Cincinnati, OH 
Louisville, KY 
Dayton, OH 

Milton, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Winchester, KY 

Winchester, KY 

Loveland, OH 

Louisville, KY 

Lebanon, OH 

London, KY 

Honolulu, HI 

Wilmington, OH 

Winchester, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Columbia Stat., OH 

Georgetown, KY 

Burlington, KY 

Phelps, KY 

Hong Kong 

Milford, OH 

Louisville, KY 

Canaan, IN 

Wooton, KY 

Darlington, IN 

Darlington, IN 

Mt. Vernon, KY 











304 Seniors/W/il-Sub 



Dr. Branley Branson 

Prolific is not the middle name of Dr. Branley Bran- 
son of the biology department but it might as well be. 

By his own count, Dr. Branson has had somewhere 
between 500 and 600 articles printed in various publi- 
cations. While most of his writings were in the biologi- 
cal field, Dr. Branson has also written on scientific mat- 
ters for non-technical magazines. 

As if this activity were not enough, Dr. Branson also 
takes great pleasure in being both part Indian and part 
Scot. He is extremely active with the Scottish Rite Bo- 
dies, where he is able to fully enjoy his membership in 
clan MacPherson. 

Dr. Branson has displayed a great zest for life. Not 
only does he enjoy making people think critically, he 
does the same for himself with his memberships in 
several different conservation groups. 





PATRICIA WRIGHT 

Health/Records 
BECKY WYATT 

Nursing 
MITCHELL WYLIE 

Construction 
DEBBIE YATER 

Executive Secretary 

MARK YOKLEY 

Police Administration 
DARRELL YORK 

Physical-Pre-Engineering 
DOUGLAS YOUNG 

Marketing 
MARK A. YOUNG 

Management 

SALEH ZAFER 

Environmental Health 
LORAINE ZAGULA 

Occupational Therapy 
THADDEUS L. ZIARKOWSKI 

Police Administration 
DONNA MARIE ZIEGLER 

Executive Secretary 

REBECCA ZOLLA 

Corrections 
SANDRA ZOPFI 

Cors.AA Juvenile 
ANDREA ZUBECK 

Finance 



Louisville, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Middlesboro, KY 

Liberty, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Nicholasville, KY 

Owensboro, KY 

West Union, OH 

Saudia Arabia 

Downers Grove, IL 

In/ine, KY 

Reading, OH 

Richmond, KY 

Winchester, KY 

Beavercreek, OH 



Seniors/Wri-Zub 305 



PAUL BEATTIE 

Criminal Justice 
MIKE BEHLER 

Public Administration 
CHUCK BURCH 

Sports Administration 
WAYNE E. BYARS 

Clinical Psychology 

JAMES CAMPBELL 

Accounting 
P. MICHAEL DITCHEN 

Industrial Technician 
ELIN DRANGEID 

Industrial Technician 
BYRON S. FORD 

Business Administration 

STORMIE COINS 

Juviniie Justice 
JOYCE MARY HANNAN 

Public Administration 
BRENDA HAWKINS 

Business Marketing 
STACEY J. HILD 

Education 

CONNIE HUNTER 
Sports Administration 

CHRIS KILIVEY 
Biology 

BRENDA JEFFRIES LOUDEN 

KATHY NEWSOME 
Elementary Education 

LISA A. NORTON 

WENDY POITIER 

Criminal Justice 
ERIC LAWRENCE PROVOST 

Criminal Justice 
ERIKA W. STONE 

Criminal Justice 

JANE E. TERRY 

Music Education 
YVONNE TOWNSEND 

Community Counseling 
SHERRY LOUISE TYLER 

Electronic Data 
JOEL WILSON 

Mathematics/Grad. Assistant 



Indianapolis, IN 

Ft. Wright, KY 

Charlotte, NC 

Vernon, TEX 

Bulan, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Little Silver, NJ 

Lancaster, KY 

Mt. Airy, NC 

Berea, KY 

Lawrenceburg, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Albany, KY 

Cinncinatti, OH 

Sulphur, KY 

Shelbiana, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Nassau, Bahamas 

Lexington, KY 

Ashland, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Jeffersonville, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Beatyville, KY 



306 Graduates 





Dr. Ursel Boyd 



Too often we fail to see the beauty that surrounds 
us. We grow so accustomed to it that we overlook the 
beauty in the day to day happenings in our lives. This 
beauty that we take for granted is noticed and appre- 
ciated more by strangers to our country than by us. 

Dr. Ursel Boyd, a native of Berlin, Germany, never 
fails to note the beauty of the world around her. 

Dr. Boyd came to the United States shortly after 
World War II. A graduate of the University of Berlin, 
she continued her education at the Washington Law 
School in St. Louis, Missouri. After working at various 
Universities Dr. Boyd and her husband settled in Lex- 
ington. The security and the family-like atmosphere of 
a university like Eastern was the home she had looked 
for. 

Perhaps coincidentally is that her two favorite 
Americans are both Kentuckians: Abraham Lincoln and 
Cassius Clay. 

One of her most honored possessions hangs on her 
library wall, the naturalization papers that declare her a 
United States citizen. 

Her enthusiasm for life and the experiences of her 
lifetime combine to give Dr. Boyd a glow that reflects 
so much of the beauty she sees in America. 



Dr. Emogene Hogg 



"I love teaching, it is the most exciting thing in my 
life." 

Perhaps this philosophy is one reason why Dr. Emo- 
gene Hogg, professor of Business Education and Office 
Administration has received so many awards for her 
teaching. 

Dr. Hogg was chosen as one of the Outstanding 
Educators in 1972, she was also awarded the Out- 
standing SePi/ice Award to the class of 1972. 

In 1981, Dr. Hogg was awarded what she considers 
to be her greatest honor. She was chosen as the Out- 
standing Teacher from the College of Business. Ac- 
cording to Dr. Hogg, there is no greater honor than 
being chosen as the outstanding teacher by students, 
alumni and fellow faculty. 




Graduates 307 



DANA ABBOTT 
ROBIN L. ABERC 
CAROL ABRAHAM 
KATHRYN R. ADAMS 
NELSON ADAMS 
IVA D. ADDISON 



lOSEPHINE ADDISON 
LORI ALEXANDER 
BARRY ALLEN 
KELLY ALLEN 
lAMES D. ALLENDER 
RECINA ANDERSON 



VINCENT ANELLO 
ANN CLAY ARNOLD 
NAOMI ARNOLD 
JEFF ASHER 

KENNETH M. BADGETT 
LAURA BAILEY 



LARRY L. BAKER 
SARAH E. BAKER 
GERALD BALL 
MARCIA A. BALL 
ANNE W. BALLARD 
JENNIFER L. BALLARD 



WILLIAM G. BALLINCER 
LOU ANN BALTEN8ERGER 
SANDY L. BARBER 
GREGORY H, BARGO 
DEBBIE I. BARNES 
KARLA BARNHART 



RUTH BARTLESON 
RENNIE BATES 
DAVID W. BAULT 
MARY CAROL BAYS 
LORI A. BECK 
SANDRA K. BECK 



JENNIE BECKNER 
PATRICIA BEIL 
MARK BENDER 
JAMES W. BENNETT 
KATHLEEN BENNETT 
RAM BENNETT 



SCOTT J. BERGSTROM 
HOLLY BERNHARD 
SUSAN BERRY 
HOWARD BERRYMAN 
KIM A. BEST 
SUE BETTASSO 



308 Juniors/ABB-BET 



Tipp City, OH 

Louisville, KY 

Bellevue, KY 

Middlesboro, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Beattyville, KY 



Beattyville, KY 
Cincinnati, OH 
Danville, KY 
Aberdeen, OH 
Independence, KY 
Democrat, KY 



Pompton Plains, N| 

Danville, KY 

Rush, KY 

Winchester, KY 

Frankfort, KY 

Louisville, KY 



Berea, KY 

Pikeville, KY 

Loveland, OH 

Brookville, IN 

Harrodsburg, KY 

Richmond, KY 



Reading, OH 

Louisville, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Cray, KY 

Berry, KY 

Middletown, OH 



Burgin, KY 

Hazard, KY 

Wapakoneta, OH 

Oneida, KY 

Middletown, OH 

Crawfordsville, IN 



Nicholasville, KY 

Springfield, OH 

Arlington Heights, IL 

Wilmington, OH 

Springfield, OH 

Louisville, KY 



Richmond, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Louisville, KY 

Versailles, KY 

Owensboro, KY 

Piketon, OH 





ROSE MARY BINGHAM 


Cadiz, KY 


NINYA BIRCH 


Winchester, KY 


lANET BISHOP 


Harrods Creek, KY 


LYNN BISHOP 


Florence, KY 


MICHAEL BLACKERBY 


Springfield, KY 


lENNIFER BLADE 


Quincy, IL 


GEORGIA BLAIR 


Paris, KY 


RITA BLANCO 


Bradley Beach, N) 


CHERYL BLAND 


Henderson, KY 


CINDY BLANKENSHIP 


Prospect, KY 


MARY ANN BLANTON 


Louisville, KY 


BERNIE BLOEMER 


Lexington, KY 


MARY K. BOND 


Frankfort, KY 


ALAN BOOTH 


Ashland, KY 


CHARLIE BOOTH 


Williamson, WV 


SUSAN BORK 


Salvisa, KY 


PAUL R. BOUGHMAN 


Louisville, KY 


PATRICIA H. BOWEN 


Richmond, KY 


PAM BOWLES 


Carlisle, KY 


TOBY BOYD 


Russell, KY 


ASHLEY BOYD 


Louisville, KY 


SCOTT A BRADFORD 


Louisville, KY 


)OHN BRADLEY 


Louisville, KY 


MARY E. BRADLEY 


Morrow, OH 


CAPRICE BRASWELL 


Albany, KY 


WILLIAM BRITTON 


Waynesburg, KY 


LILLIE BROCKINCTON 


Louisville, KY 


KELLIE ANN BROCKMAN 


Sand Cap, KY 


SONYA BROOKS 


Princeton, KY 


TERESA BROTHERS 


Brooksville, KY 



DONALD L. BROUGHTON )R. Cincinnati, OH 



ELAINE BROWN 
lAMES N. BROWN 
KEN BROWN 
THERESA BROWN 
JOHN DAVID BRUMLEVE 



MARY BRYAN 
lOY BUCHHOLTZ 
CAHRLOTTE A, BULLOCK 
TERESA A. BURCHETT 
ELLEN BURDUCK 
TIMOTHY BURGESS 



DAVE BURNETTE 
ELIZABETH BURRUS 
TAMMY lO BUSHMAN 
TERI BUTCHER 
KANE PATRICE BUTLER 
REGINA CAIN 



Brodhead, KY 

Ashland, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Owensboro, KY 

Louisville, KY 



Lexington, KY 
Dayton, OH 

Brodhead, KY 

Grayson, KY 

Flushing, NY 

Williamstown, KY 



Fairfield, OH 

Nicholasville, KY 

New Breman, OH 

Paintsville, KY 

Shelbyville, KY 

Hamilton, OH 



JUNIORS/BIN-CAI 309 



)OE CALDWELL 
CYNCI CALLAWAY 
MARK STEVEN CAMPBELL 
TAMMY CARDEN 
PAMELA K. CARL 
GARY I. CARLBERC 



TOM CARPENTER 
TAMMIE CARRACO 
LORETTA CARRICO 
SELMA )0 CARRUBA 



Lebanon, KY 

Anchorage, KY 

Campbellsburg, KY 

Belfry. KY 

Versailles, KY 

Oakmont, PA 



Louisville, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Matewan, WV 

Cumberland, KY 



BIANCA CARTER 


Lexington, KY 


■^ 


TONY CASCONI 


Lexington, KY 








lOHNNY CASPER 


Louisville, KY 


i^^l 


DIANA CASSON 


Miamisburg, OH 


., K-^ *^ 


ANNE CATTARELLO 


London, KY 


^ ~-_ 


DONNA CECIL 


Howardston, KY 




SELBY LEE CECIL 


Lebanon, LY 


^t'^ 


SAM CHAMPION 


Fairfax, VA 


(M%k 



KELLY CHANDLER 
DEBORAH CHAPMAN 
KIM CHARLES 
LANA CHAVIES 
LINDA CHAVIES 
KELLY CHENWETH 



KATHERINE CHISM 
HAZEL CHRISTERSON 
LINDA C CHRISTIAN 
ANN CHRISTIE 
BARBARA CLARK 
RHODINE CLAY 



LYNN CLAYWELL 
NANCI CLEMENTS 
EDDY CLEMMONS 
LISA CLOUD 
BEV CLOUSE 
HOHN CLUBB 



BARBARA COFFEY 
DIANA COLE 
REGINA M. COLLETT 
lOSEPH JAY COLLOPY 
DANA COLUMBIA 
GERALD COMBS 



KEITH COMBS 
DIANNE P COMMINS 
RANETTA COMMODORE 
CARLA CONN 
BRIAN CONROY 
JEFF COOK 



310 luniors/CAL-COO 



Richmond, KY 

Eminence, KY 

Winchester, KY 

Cumberland, KY 

Cumberland, KY 

W. Union, OH 



Tompkinsville, KY 

Danville, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Greensburg, KY 

Ashland, KY 

Lexington, KY 



Burkesville, KY 

Bardslown, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Big Stone Gap, VA 

Corbin, KY 

Richmond, KY 



Monticello, KY 

Bennington, IN 

Crab Orchard, KY 

Ft. Thomas, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Corbin, KY 



Ermine, KY 

Burlington, KY 

Maysville, KY 

Berea, KY 

Satellite Beach, FL 

Hamilton, OH 




Dr. Bill Berge 



What do Jane Fonda and Dr. Bill Berge have in com- 
mon? Here's a hint — it's not their good looks. 

Actually, the answer is oral history tapes that Dr. 
Berge has collected. Fonda used some of those tapes 
to learn the dialect of Kentucky women for a movie 
role. 

Dr. Berge has been working on his oral history pro- 
ject since 1965. It consists of making voice tape record- 
ings of people around the state, and currently contains 
around 1700 interviews revealing local history, politics, 
and life as remembered by average individuals. 

Actually, Dr. Berge could be an interesting interview 
for his own project. He is the faculty adviser of Omega 
Psi Phi and the University Ensemble. According to him 
he has learned a lot working with both groups. His 
reason for advising two black groups? As it turns out he 
just felt that if no one else would do it, then it was up to 
him — that the kids deserved the chance to organize. 

As director of the University's oral history project, it 
is obvious that Dr. Berge is one person who has a 
"voice" in Kentucky's history. 





rlH •■ •■ ■• V I 




)ANET COOPER 


Ontario, 


CA 


TOMMY COOPER 


Oak Ridge, 


TN 


FAITH DELIGHT CORNETT 


Manchester, 


KY 


RANDY CORNETT 


lenkins, 


KY 


SALLY CORUM 


Louisville, 


KY 


TINA COTTONGIM 


Knoxville, 


TN 


EDDIE COULTER 


Lawrenceburg, 


KY 


KATHY COULTER 


Bloomfield, 


KY 


DEBORAH I. COVINGTON 


Bowling Green, 


KY 


lEANINE COWAN 


Franklin 


, IN 


BECKY COX 


Science Hill, 


KY 


EARLINE COX 


Irvine, 


KY 


lEANIE S. COX 


Berea, 


KY 


)OHN COX 


Winchester, 


KY 


KIM COX 


Versailles, 


KY 


SUSAN COX 


Dry Ridge, 


KY 


MARK COYLE 


Lebanon, 


KY 


DAVID C. CRAIG 


Mt. Vernon, 


KY 


TIM CRAWLEY 


Campbellsville, 


KY 


DAISY CRISOSTOMO 


Barbourville, 


KY 


SHARON CRISWELL 


Frankfort, 


KY 


lOSEPH CROSLIN 


Cincinnati, 


OH 


MICHAEL CROWE 


Owensboro, 


KY 


TAMMY CRUM 


East Bernstadt, 


KY 




)uniors/Coo-Cru 


311 



TANYA CRUMBIE 
PHYLLIS CRUME 
LISA CUCCARO 
DIANNE CUMMINS 
ROBIN CUMMINS 
CHARLES CUNNINGHAM 



Paris, KY 

Bloomfield, KY 

Hamilton, OH 

Burlington, KY 

Brooksville, KY 

Lexington, KY 



SHANNON LEA CUNNINGHAM Lexington, KY 



)ILL F. CURRY 
DANA CURTIS 
CHERYL DABNEY 
MCKINLEY DAILEY 
DAVID M. DALE 



STEPHANIE L. DALTON 
JEFFREY R. DAMRON 
ANGELA RENE DANIELS 
TERESA DANIEL 
STEVE DAPPER 
MONTE DARLAND 



ELIZABETH A. DAVIDSON 
lAMES W. DAVIS 
RUTH R. DAVIS 
STEPHEN DAVIS 
WILLIAM E, DAVIS 
KEITH L. DAWSON 



FRED DAY 
lACQUELINE DAY 
THOMAS P. DELVIZIS 
TROY DEMAREE 
ANGELA DENNIS 
DEBRA DEPRIEST 



MICHELLE DESMOND 
ESTILL DEVORE 
JAN DHONAU 
LEE DHONAU 
NOEL PATRICE DIANAS 
BETTINA DICKSON 



PAUL DILLON 
DANIEL DIXON 
DONALD L. DIXON 
GREGORY L. DIXON 
SHELLI DOMINIQUE 
KATHY DONEGAN 



ROBIN DOSCH 
LORI DOUGHMAN 
SHYRLEEN DOUGHTY 
MARVETTA DOUGLAS 
FELICIA ). DOUTHITT 
MARY ANNE DOWLING 



312 luniors/CRU-DOW 



Richmond, KY 

Winchester, KY 

Versailles, KY 

Lancaster, KY 

Radcliff, KY 



Lexington, KY 

Pikeville, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Frankfort, KY 
Ft. Thomas, KY 
Springfield, KY 



Monticello, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Batavia, OH 

New Richmond, OH 

Varney, KY 

Lexington, KY 



Richmond, KY 

London, KY 

Ashland, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Irvine, KY 

lenkins, KY 



Cincinnati, OH 

Campbellsburg, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Kimper, KY 
Lexington, KY 



Lexington, KY 

Easton, PA 

Easton, PA 

Lancaster, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Dayton, OH 



Bellsvue, KY 

Wilmington, OH 

Crab Orchard, KY 

Kings Mountain, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Campbellsville, KY 





GLENN DREES 
CATHY DRIVER 
KIMBERLY DUFF 
SANDRA DUFF 
TRACY EAK 
MELINDA EASLEY 



LISA EBERT 

MEHRAN EBRAHIMPOUR 
VICKI ECKART 
KATHY ECKERLE 
CAROL EDGINCTON 
FELICIA EDWARDS 



MARIA ELFRS 
NANCY ELLIOTT 
PAMELA ELMY 
NADINE ELZY 
KEELEY EMBREY 
lENNIFER ENGLAND 



lULIA M. ENGLAND 
VALERIE ENSCH 
CHRIS ENSING 
BOBBY I. ESTES 
KRISTI ESTILL 
)ANI ETHERIDGE 



MICHELE H. EVANS 
MARY A. EVANS 
VIRGINIA M. EVERSOLE 
AHMED H. FAKHROD 
STEVE FALLS 
DEBRA FAULKNER 



DIANNA M. FAUST 
SUZANNE FAWBUSH 
LOIS ANN FERRILL 
CHERYL Y. FIELDS 
TERESA FIELDS 
SUE FILIPPI 



lEAN E. FINLEY 
GARY FISHER 
CATHY FLEMING 
KIM FLOER 
LAURA FLOWERS 
SUSAN FOLLOWELL 



IILL FOSTER 
KATHY FRANCISCO 
PATRICIA D, FRANKEL 
DEBRA FRAYSURE 
RONALD FREDERICK 
KAREN FRENCH 



Harrisburg, PA 
Shelbyville, KY 
Russell, KY 
Hueysville, KY 
Hamilton, OH 
Marion, KY 



Southgate, KY 

Iran 

Florence, KY 

Union City, Ml 

Winchester, KY 

Gravel Switch, KY 



Ft. Wright, KY 
Stanford, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Lagrange, KY 
Rineyville, KY 
Ashland, KY 



Lexington, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Stanford, KY 

Nicholasville, KY 

Mayslick, KY 

West Chester, OH 



Middlesboro, KY 

Middlesboro, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Qatar, Arabia 

Louisville, KY 

Smyrna, DE 



Shelbyville, KY 

London, KY 

Albany, KY 

Blackey, KY 

Navoto, CA 

Cincinnati, OH 



Leesburg, OH 

Dubois, IN 

Tipp City, OH 

Cincinnati, OH 

Glasgow, KY 

Danville, KY 



Greensbourgh, NC 
Koror, Palau 

Lexington, KY 
Augusta, KY 
Dayton, OH 

Charlotte, NC 



juniors/DRE-FRE 313 



ANNE FRYMIRE 
DAWN FULLER 
FAWN FURCINSON 
KAREN FYFFE 
ANGELA GAMMON 
GINA MARIA CANDOLFI 



KEITH H. GANT 
REGINALD GAY 
TAMMY lO GAY 
lOY GEIGER 
KATHLEEN GEIST 
PAULA MARIE GENTRY 



Madisonville, KY 

Alexandria, KY 

Hamilton, OH 

Blaine, KY 

Sciotoville, OH 

Rockledge, FL 



Louisville, KY 
Lexington, KY 

Frankfort, KY 
Cincinnati, OH 
Lexington, KY 

Louisville, KY 



SCOTT R, GIAMB,^TTISTA W. Sayville, Long Is., NY 



KIMBERLY GILBERT 
LISA GILBERT 
SALLY GILL 
lULIE GIRTEN 
KAREN GIUFFRE 



LISA GLASSNER 
GINA E, GOODMAN 
CINDY GOSSER 
DOUG GRAHAM 
ANGIE GRAY 
SUSAN GREB 



IILL GREEN 

LYNDA LEE GREENWELL 
SUZY ELAINE GREGORY 
JACKIE S. CRIFHN 
CARLA GRIFFITH 
GREG GRIFFITH 



lENNIFER GRIFFITH 
MICHAEL |. GRISHAM 
ESTHER L GROTKE 
KIMBERLY D. GRUBBS 
SANDRA GUFFEY 
DEBORAH GUMM 



KEITH GUNTER 
lENNIFER GUY 
IILL HALCOMB 
RUTH ANN HALE 
CONNIE HALL 
MICHAEL HALL 



London, KY 

Corbin, KY 

Loveland, OH 

Cincinnati, OH 

Centerville, OH 



Louisville, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Somerset, KY 

Dayton, OH 

Lexington, KY 

Miamisburg, OH 



Winchester, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Sciotoville, OH 

Richmond, KY 

Ashland, KY 

Shelbyville, KY 



Ashland, KY 

Worthville. KY 

Buffalo, NY 

Richmond, KY 

Albany, KY 

Vincent, KY 



Versailles, KY 

Scottsville, KY 

Albany, NY 

Mackville, KY 

Westchester, OH 

Campbellsville, KY 



TERESA HALL 


Trenton, 


OH 


TINA HALL 


Inez, 


KY 


RAM HALLMARK 


Somerset, 


KY 


lEANNIE HAMILTON 


Berea, 


KY 


LYNNE HAMPTON 


London, 


KY 


SHERRY HANLON 


Louisville, 


KY 


314 luniors/FRY-HAN 








Dr. Fred Engle 



Long before the University was a glimmer in the 
eyes of the legislature, men like Daniel Boone and Kit 
Carson were making Madison County their home. 

Dr. Fred Engle, professor of economics, grew up in 
Madison County. Surrounded by the richness of histo- 
ry that surrounded him, Dr. Engle became interested in 
learning more about the history of his own home 
town. 

Having established a reputation for being an expert 
on the history of Madison County, Dr. Engle now 
writes a weekly column for the Richmond Register on 
Madison County heritage. 

In addition to his familiarity with the history of the 
county. Dr. Engle has an excellent background in 
knowledge of the University. He attended high school 
at Model Lab when it was located in the University 
Building, is the son of a teacher at Eastern Teachers 
College, and has had two sons and a daughter attend 
Model School and the University. 





SHEILA HARDIN 


Inez, KY 


lOANNE HARDY 


Science Hill, KY 


THERESA HARDY 


Irvine, KY 


RHONDA HARLESS 


Huddy, KY 


)OHN HARLOW 


Harrodsburg, KY 


CHERI LEE HARNEY 


Centerville, OH 


HELEN HARRIS 


Lexington, KY 


GLEN A. HARRISON 


Elkhorn, KY 


DEBBIE HARTLAGE 


Louisville, KY 


DONNA HARTMAN 


Cincinnati, OH 


MELANIE HARVEY 


Dayton, OH 


)ANE HASTIE 


Stanford, KY 


RANDY HATFIELD 


Belfry, KY 


DARLENE HAWKINS 


Georgetown, KY 


jAYMA HAWKINS 


Frankfort, KY 


MICHAEL A. HAYDEN 


Frankfort, KY 


NICKI HAYNES 


Murchison, TX 


CARLA FRANCES HEBERT 


Lexington, KY 


ALI HELABI 


Saudi Arabia 


HUGH HEM-LEE 


Triniad, West Indies 


SHELLI HENDREN 


Salvisa, KY 


lAMES B. HENRY 


Paris, KY 


LARRY HENSLEY 


Manchester, KY 


RECINA HENSLEY 


Brookville, IN 




)uniors/Har-Hen 315 



lEANNIE HENSLY 
TODD HENSON 
DARRYL HERRINGTON 
TAMMY HIBBARD 
BRUCE HICDON 
STEPHEN E. HILL 



KEITH I HINES 
MARY HINZMAN 
lENNIFER A. HOCKEY 
ALONNA HODGES 
CRAIG HOGAN 
MARK HOLFINGER 



ALLAN HOLLAND 
lULIA HOLLIS 
KAREN HOLLOWAY 
SHERLONDA HOLLOWAY 
PAMELA HOLTZCLAW 
TAMMIE HOOD 



KIMBERLY ANN HOOVER 
RHONDA HOPSON 
lENNIFER HOSKINS 
WILLIAM C. HOUSTON 
CATHY HOWARD 
CHARLOTTE HOWARD 



GREGORY HUDSON 
TAMARA MARIE HUFFINES 
KIMBERLY HUFFMAN 
JEFF HULKER 
RENEE HUMPHREY 
REBECCA ANN HUNN 



GREGORY M. HUNT 
PAM HUNT 
KARLA HURT 
LISHA K. HURT 
ROSEMARY HUSTED 
PAT HUTCHENS 



TAJDEEN O^ IPAYE 
ELIZABETH ISON 
REBECCA ISON 
KAREN IVIE 
PRICE JACOBS 
MARIA jAHNES 



CHERYL lEFFRIES 
CINDY A. JEFFRIES 
CAROL LYNN JEMSEN 
KIMBERLY JENKINS 
JAMES H. JENNINGS 
WINFRED JENNINGS 



316 Juniors/HEN-JEN 



Manchester, KY 
Frankfort, KY 
Lexington, KY 

Babourville, KY 

Lebanon, KY 

New City, NY 



Louisville, KY 

Covington, KY 

Henderson, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Blanchester, OH 

Fredericktown, OH 



Hazard, KY 
Cincinnati, OH 
Versailles, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Dunnville, KY 
Lake City, FL 



Frankfort, KY 

Pikeville, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Ashiland, KY 

Knoxville, TN 

Manchester, KY 



Herndon, KY 

Mt. Vernon, KY 

Grayson, KY 

Waddy, KY 

Maysville, KY 

Harrodsburg, KY 



Jeffersontown, KY 

Feds Creek, KY 

Frankfort, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Sebree, KY 

Portsmouth, OH 



Lexington, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Manchester, KY 

Ft. Thomas, KY 

P'losvo E. LU 

St. Albans, WV 



Crestwpod, KY 
Crestwood, KY 
Waddy, KY 
Cincinnati, OH 
Shelbyville, KY 
Harlan, KY 





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GEORGE lOHNIDES 
RONALD C. lOHNS 
ANITA lOHNSON 
FAITH YVETTE JOHNSON 
lENNY lOHNSON 
lULIE lOHNSON 



Monticello. KY 

Nicholasville, KY 

Corbin, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Frankfort, KV 

Richmond, KY 



TERRI JOHNSON 
NANCY lOHNSON 
ROBIN lOHNSTONE 
CYNTHIA E, lONES 
DONALD E. lONES 
ELIZABETH R. lONES 



KIM lONES 
DONNA lUNGCLAS 
RICK lUSTICE 
RICK K. )USTICE 
TAMMY )0 KABLER 
KIMBRA KAHLE 



PATTY KAUSCHER 
ANGELA KELSCH 
DORTHY lANE KEMPER 
BRIDGET KERSEY 
ALLEN KIDD 
EMILY A. KILBURN 



MARK A. KING 
PAULETTA KING 
CLAY B. KINCLSEY 
BETH KIRCHER 
JANE KITCHEN 
JOSEPH W. KLOEKER 



TAMARA KNOW 
THOMAS KOOS 
HAMEED KOURY 
MICHAEL E. KRAL 
KATHRYN J. KRESGE 
DIANE L. KROTH 



KARYN KUHN 
LINDA KUNKEL 
KIMBERLY KUNTZ 
EMILY KURTZ 
NANCY J. LAEHU 
MARILYN LOUISE LAKES 



Mason, OH 

Richmond, KY 

Harrodsburg, KY 

West Portsmouth, OH 

Cadiz, KY 

Georgetown, KY 



Hazard, KY 

Milford, OH 

Richmond, KY 

Phyllis, KY 

Mt. Olivet, KY 

Tipp City, OH 



Cincinnati, OH 

Agusta, KY 

Owenton, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Delphia, KY 



Richmond, KY 

Irvine, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Independence, KY 



Stanton, KY 

Dayton, OH 

Carlisle, KY 

Duluth, GA 

Chesapeake City, MD 

Union, KY 



Richmond, KY 
Cincinnati, OH 
Irvine, KY 
Cincinnati, OH 
Ft. Knox, KY 
Richmond, KY 



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CATHY LAMAR 


Mason, OH 


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TERRI LAMBERT 


Richmond, KY 


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JESSE LAND 11 


Beattyville, KY 




JONATHAN LANGFORD 


Somerset, KY 


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CONNIE G. LANGLEY 


Louisville, KY 




ERIC LAWSON 


Wilmington, OH 




Juniors/JOH-LAW 317 



ANNETTE M, LAWSON 
LINDA SUE LEACH 
VAUGHN B. LEAKE 
DEBORAH M. LEE 
MELISSA LEFEBER 
MARY KAY LEONHARDT 



lENNIFER LESTER 
DOUG LICKERT 
CHRIS LIENESCH 
SUSAN LINCOLN 
LINDA LISCH 
RUTHIE LOCKARD 



DOREN LOCKHART 
lANET LOHR 
RENEE R. LOONEY 
YOUSEF A.M. LORI 
DARLENE LOWE 
TINA LUCAS 



GREG LUCKETT 
DEBBIE L. LUDLOW 
DORMAND LUTTRELL 
TERI M. LYNCH 
MICHAEL LYNN 
GAYLE MACHTOLFF 



DEANNE MADDEN 
LAURA MADDEN 
lOHN MADIGAN 
KEITH MAHAN 
THERESA MANIS 
|AY MANNING 



WILL MANSFIELD 
KAREN MARLOWE 
KAREN E. MARSHALL 
ADORIE MARTIN 
GENTRY MARTIN 
lANICE K. MARTIN 



LELAI MASDEN 
MICHAEL MASON 
ROBERT MASSEY 
lOHN MASTERS 
MIKE MATHIS 
KELLEY MATTHEWS 



PAUL M. MATTINCLY 
DWAYNE MATTOX 
KENNETH E. MAUDLIN 
MARY KING MAYS 
)EFF McAFEE 
KELLY McCAULEY 



318 )uniors/LOW-MCC 



Columbus. OH 

Middlesboro, KY 

Lebanon, KY 

Middlesboro, KY 

Lebanon, OH 

Louisville, KY 



Berea, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Dayton, OH 

Louisville, KY 

Spnntfield, OH 

Louisville, KY 



Ashland, KY 

Franl<fort, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Qatar 

Gravel Switch, KY 

lenkins, KY 



Lebanon, KY 
Cincinnati, OH 

Dunnville, KY 
Brandenburg, KY 
Tuner Station, KY 

Louisville, KY 



Hopewell, OH 

Dayton, OH 

Hudson, OH 

Burdine, KY 

Mt. Vernon, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 



Willmore, KY 

Irvine, KY 

Bardstown, KY 

Finchville, KY 

Danville, KY 

Brandenburg, KY 



Owensboro, KY 

Taylorsville, KY 

Williamsburg, KY 

Crab Orchard, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Louisville, KY 



Lebanon, KY 
Cythiana, KY 
Richmond, KY 
Princeton, KY 
Mt. Washington, KY 
Louisville, KY 




Horsesense is an important ingredient for any col- 
lege person, student or teacher. Dr. Robert Sharp of 
the Economics department, however, takes the word 
seriously. 

Horse economics, a course that Dr. Sharp teaches, is 
the result. 

The course, basically an introduction to the less 
glamorous side of the horse industry, had its roots in his 
own interest in the animal. Dr. Sharp has played polo, 
owns a pair of thoroughbred mares, and has attended 
the sales at Keeneland. 

When he noticed other people having the same 
interest, the course came into being. It is not a conven- 
tional course in that it is offered at night and has a large 
number of non-University people enrolled. 

Directly responsible for some former students get- 
ting their jobs in the horse industry. Dr. Sharp's course 
is a perfect example of blending hobby and work, and 
getting away with it. 



Dr. Robert Sharp 





SUSAN McCLARTY 
TYNA McCLURE 
ROBERT McCORMACK 

HOLLY McDonald 

BART McFARLAND 
RAMONA McGOVERN 



SCOTT McCUIRE 
THERESA McHALE 
PAMELA McHUCH 
LEE MclNTOSH 
BETH MclNTYRE 
NEECIE, MclNTYRE 



Louisville, KY 

Henderson, KY 

Danville, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Paris, KY 

Bellevue, KY 



Middletown, OH 

Waynesburg, KY 

Union, KY 

Lexington Park, MD 

Vine Grove, KY 

Louisville, KY 



SCOTT DOUGLAS McKINNEY Harrodsburg, KY 



KAREN McLEAN 
JOYCE A. McPEAK 
ALAN G. McQUEARY 
lOHANNA C. McQUILKIN 
MONICA MEDICO 



MISSY MEEK 
BILL MEEKS 
)ILL MEIER 
LORI MELVILLE 
MARY MENK 
TINA L. MEREDITH 



Richmond, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Dayton, OH 

Florence, KY 



Elsmere, KY 

Corbin, KY 

Springfield, OH 

Southgate, KY 

Nicholasville, KY 

Louisville, KY 



Juniors/McC-Mer 319 



LOLA E. MERRITT 
MARK MEWKIRK 
EDDIE MILLER 
lEFFREY MILLER 
PAM MILLER 
BILL MILLION 



ARTHUR R. MILLS 
SUSAN MILLS 
SALEM M. MOAMENAH 
ROBIN MODENA 
lERONE T. MOHR 
ROB MONTGOMERY 



KAYLER MONTONEY 
CARLA MOORE 
DONNA C. MOORE 
VIKKI ). MOORE 
CARLA MOREHEAD 
lAMES MORGAN 



lANE MORRISON 
TIM MOSELEY 
DALLAS TODD MOSES 
ANITA MUDD 
ANNE MUIRHEAD 
J. LEE MURPHY 



SHARON MURPHY 
lOSEPH E MYERS 
CINDY NANCE 
PAUL NAVE 
DANNY NEAL 
VICKY ANN NEWELL 



BECKY NEWKIRK 
CATHY NEWTON 
ELEE NICHOLS 
NANETTE NICHOLS 
VICKI NORFLEET 
MARYANNE NORTH 



Richmond, KY 
Wilmington, OH 
Cincinnati, OH 
Mt. Olivet, KY 
Finchville, KY 
Richmond, KY 



Owensboro, KY 

Winchester, KY 

Saudia Arabia 

Bluefieid, WV 

Ft Thomas, KY 

Lexington, KY 



Morganfield, KY 

Ashland, KY 

Frankfort, KY 

Mishawaka, IN 

Hebron, KY 

Middletown, KY 



Somerset, KY 

Crestwood, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Lebanon, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Richmond, KY 



Louisville, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Lexington, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Pine Knot, KY 

Pickerington, OH 



Wilmington, OH 

Catlettsburt, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Radcliff, KY 

Russell Springs, KY 

Georgetown, KY 



KATHY DEE NUNN 
KATHERINE O'DANIEL 
KATHY L. OLDHAM 
ZACHARY CORNELL OLDHAM 
CYN ORME 
PHYLLIS ANN ORWIN 



MARY E. OSBORN 
ANNA OSBORNE 
MARY OSBORNE 
ALICE OSBOURN 
MAAYOUF A. OTAIBI 
DANA OVERALL 



Henderson, KY 

Bardstown, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Mt. Sterling, KY 

Ovi'ingsville, KY 

Somerset, KY 



St. Marys, OH 

Fairdale, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Saudia Arabia 

Magdad, KY 



320 )uniors/MER-OVE 









DONNA OVERSTREET 


Winchester, KY 


MICHELLE M. PALMER 


Springfield, OH 


TAMME PARKER 


Louisville, KY 


RANDY PATRICK 


Winchester, KY 


BECKY PATTERSON 


Harrodsburg, KY 


PAM PATTERSON 


Fairfield, OH 


LESA GAIL PATTON 


Hawesville, KY 


MICHAEL R. PAUL 


Maysville, KY 


lEANNINE PAYNE 


Peewee Valley, KY 


KELLY PAYNE 


Mt, Vernon, KY 


KERRY PENCE 


Louisville, KY 


RENEE PEQUICNOT 


Springfield, OH 


DANIEL M. PERBIL 


Lexington, KY 


DANA LYNNE PERKINS 


Louisville, KY 


ELVENA PERRY 


Pine Knot, KY 


GREGG PETTIT 


Hamilton, OH 


SWAYNE PETTIT 


Lexington, KY 


lANICE PHARIS 


Burkesville, KY 


BETH PHILLIPS 


Manchester, KY 


MARSHA PHILLIPS 


London, KY 


DENNIS PINKSTON 


Springfield, KY 


ROBYN PITTMAN 


Frankfort, KY 


KATHY L. PLUMMER 


Cynthiana, KY 


MARK A. POLLARD 


Danville, KY 


RONALD POST 


Lebanon, OH 


lOHN D. POTTEICHER JR. 


Harrisburg, PA 


KIMBERLY A. POWELL 


Paducah, KY 


RANDALL Q. POWELL 


Conway, KY 


DEBORAH L POWERS 


Liberty, KY 


BEVERLY POYNTER 


Louisville, KY 


MICHAEL E. PRALL 


Tipp City, OH 


TAMYRA PRATER 


Langley, KY 


BILLY PRESSON 


Benton, KY 


WOODY PRESTON 


Maysville, KY 


LISA LEXIE PRICE 


Corbin, KY 


LARRY W. PUCKETT 


Winchester, KY 


CINDI PYLES 


Columbia, KY 


KELVIN C. QUARLES 


Hopkinsville, KY 


ROY RAINES 


Burkesville, KY 


DAVID A. RAMSEY 


Reading, OH 


TERRI RAMSEY 


Falmouth, KY 


GARRETT RATHGEBER 


Fredonia, NY 


CATHY RATLIFF 


Hamilton, OH 


CANDI RAY 


Richmond, KY 


HOLLY REAM 


Cincinnati, OH 


JEFFREY A. REAMS 


Covington, KY 


STEVEN J. REBHOLZ 


Cincinnati, OH 


SUZANNE RENEE REDER 


Martinez, CA 




Juniors/PVE-RED 321 



ANTHONY L REYNOLDS 
lAMA REYNOLDS 
LYNN RHYMER 
ELLEN RICHARDSON 
LYNN S. RICHARDSON 
SAUNDA RICHARDSON 



TERRI RICHTER 

KEVIN RILEY 

LIBBY RILEY 

BETH RICHIE 

MARCOT MARIE ROBERTS 

PHILIP D, ROBERTS 



SAUNDRA ROBERTSON 
W. SCOTT ROBERTSON 
MONA ROBINSON 
DEBBIE ROGERS 
LOLLY ROGERS 
MELISSA ROGERS 



RODGER ROSS 

CHRISTY ROTUNNO 
BETH ROUTLEDGE 
MARK RUDDELL 
HOLLY RUNYAN 
ART RUPE 



PATTY RUSH 
MARY RUSHING 
CONNIE RUSSELL 
SHEILA C. RYDER 
SCOTT R. SACRE 
ALAN SADLER 



KEVIN SAGE 
MICHAEL DEAN SALLEE 
ADNAN SAMKARI 
TAMMIE SAMMONS 
lENNIFER SANDERS 
DEWANA SANDLIN 



lEANNE SANDMAN 
lOHNNY SANDUSKY 
KIM SASSER 
ROB SCHAWANN 
GAIL SCHMIDT 
BET 1 SCHNEIDER 



AMY L. SCHNORR 
CHRIS SCHULTE 
SHERRY SCHWEITZER 
MARTHA A. SCHWENDAU 
lAMES R. SCOTT 
KIMBERLY SCOTT 



322 luniors/REY-SCO 



Danville, KY 

Henderson, KY 

Harlan, KY 

Glasgow, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Lexington, KY 



Cincinnati, OH 
Louisville, KY 
Richmond, KY 
Cynthiana, KY 
Kings Parl<, NY 
New Castle, KY 



Irvine, KY 

Bethel, KY 

Sulphur, KY 

Bardstown, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Villa Hills, KY 



Cynthiana, KY 

Saline, Ml 

Bellevue, KY 

Carlisle, KY 

Delaware, OH 

Elkhart, IN 



Edmonton, KY 

Glenview, IL 

Lebanon, OH 

Findlay, OH 

Frankfort, KY 

New Castle, KY 



Campbellsburg, KY 

Winchester, KY 

Saudi Arabia 

Louisville, KY 

Harlan, KY 

Trenton, OH 



Louisville, KY 

Lebanon, KY 

Corbin, KY 

Hamilton, OH 

Eaton, OH 

Centerville, OH 



Alexandria, KY 

Lakeside Park, KY 

Nicholasville, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Brentwood, TN 

A ,hland, KY 




Dr. Steve Falkenberg 
Dr. Virginia Falkenberg 




Togetherness to some is just a word. To Steve and 
Virginia Falkenberg, however, it is a way of life. 

The two associate professors of Psychology met in 
graduate school in Texas in 1970 and married in 1971. 
They then came to the University, with her getting a 
position first. 

Continuing a tradition from graduate school, they 
found themselves sharing an office in the Cammack 
Building. They both fill their free time working with 
their church, where they both sing in the church choir. 

However, the Falkenbergs do not carry things to 
extremes. Much like the "Odd Couple" of television 
fame they are divided by different interests. While she 
enjoys cooking and sewing, he writes and plays music, 
and builds furniture in his spare time. 

They also share another problem with the Odd 
Couple — one is neat and the other is a bit sloppy. In 
fact, this seems to be the basis for one of the few 
differences they do have. If you ask her, he is the 
sloppy one and if you ask him, it's her. 




JOEY S. SEALE 


Brookville, IN 


PATH B. SEALS 


Berea, KY 


DAVID SEBASTIAN 


Richmond, KY 


SHEILA SELLS 


Louisville, KY 


BARRY SHAW 


Louisville, KY 


SONIE SHELTON 


lef'fersonville, IN 


PAMELA SHIRLEY 


Harrodsburg, KY 


SUSAN D. SHUFF 


Georgetown, KY 


RAY SHULER 


Beattyville, KY 


GINA K. SIMMONS 


Mlamisburg, OH 


JOHN SIMONTON 


Paintsville, KY 


BARBARA |. SIMPSON 


Crestwood, KY 


CHERYL SIMPSON 


Lexington, KY 


STEVE SIMPSON 


Williamstown, KY 


CONNIE SIPPLE 


Erianger, KY 


SALLY GILBERT SIZEMORE 


Manchester, KY 


TERESA SIZEMORE 


Manchester, KY 


MONROE SIZSEMORE 


Hyden, KY 


LAURA SKOGSTROM 


Springfield, OH 


SHARON SLONE 


Ligon, KY 


PATRICIA A, SMALLWOOD 


Lawrenceburg, IN 


CLAY SMITH 


Georgetown, KY 


LISA C. SMITH 


West Chester, OH 


MARY ANNE SMITH 


Carlisle, KY 




Juniors/Sea-Smi 323 



MARY K. SMITH 
PAT SMITH 
PAULA SMITH 
RONALD SMITH 
SCHERYL S, SMITH 
LESLIE SNEED 



LESIE ANN SOUDER 
TERRI C. SPEAR 
DAVID SPENCE 
lACQUEUNE SPENCER 
lOYCE ANN SPENCER 
LINDA SPENCER 



VICKI SPINNER 

KAREN F, SPIVEY 

W. DUDLEY SPOONAMORE 

lAY SPRAGUE 

CHERYL ANN SPRINGMEYER 

BENSON SPURLING 



Burkesville, KY 

Hazard, KY 

Corbin, KY 

Campbellsville, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Frankfort, KY 



Florence, KY 

Kettle, KY 

Booneville, KY 

Oakwood, IL 

Mt. Sterling, KY 

Beattyville, KY 



Louisville, KY 

London, KY 

Danville, KY 

Bellevue, KY 

Brooks, KY 

Knoxville, TN 



GEORGE K. STARKS 
GWEN STEPHENS 
HOLLY STEPHENS 
KIM STEPHENS 
NANCY STEPHENS 
ANNA STEWART 



lANICE STEWART 
LESLIE M. STEWART 
EDWARD K. STINSON 
ERIC STINSON 
THOMAS ALAN STIPES 
PAULA STOCKTON 



ELIZABETH STOKES 
RHONDA STORY 
lEAN STRAIT 
ANITA R. STURGILL 
ANTHONY W, STURGILL 
TERRI SUBLETTE 



ELIZABETH KAY SUTTON 
RODNEY SWAIN 
SUSAN L. SWARTZEL 
DANA )0 SWINFORD 
WENDY SWINFORD 
LISA TACKETT 



Covington, KY 

Frankfort, KY 

Mason, OH 

Stearns, KY 

Russell Springs, KY 

Ashland, KY 



Harlan, KY 

Union, KY 

Sandy Hook, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Glasgow, KY 



Fern Creek, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Bryan, OH 

Stambaugh, KY 

Louisa, KY 

Cilbertsville, KY 



Springfield, KY 

Bagdag, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Louisville, KY 

Cynthianna, KY 

Richmond, KY 



GARY L. TASMAN 


Louisville, KY 


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ED TAYLOR 


Wyoming, OH 


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KATHY TEMPLE 


Marion, KY 


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BARBARA S. THOMAS 


Danville, KY 


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CAROLYN L. THOMAS 


Dry Ridge, KY 


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MICHAEL THOMAS 


Lexington, KY 


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324 )uniors/SMI-THO 





TOM THOMAS 
ED THOMPSON 
KAREN THOMPSON 
CYNTHIA THORNBURC 
TIM L. THORNSBERRY 
DEBBIE A. TIEMAN 



SCARLETT UPCHURCH 
KEN UPTACRAFFT 
SANDRA USHER 
KIM VAIL 

INGRID M. VAN DUYNE 
LUTRICIA VANBUSKIRK 



DAVID VANCE 
lANA VANDRY 
SUE VANDYKE 
ALICE VANO VER 
VALERIE VICE 
MELISSA VINCENT 



DENISE WALTERS 
MICHAEL R- WARD 
PAULA WARD 
KIM WARREN 
ANNA WASHKO 
BEREDA WATKINS 



DONNA KAYE WATKINS 
lERI L. WATSON 
MARYANN WATSON 
BENJAMIN WATTERS 
BECKY WATTS 
TOM WEBSTER 



Pittsburg, PA 
Frankfort, KY 

St, Francis, KY 
Danville, KY 
Louisville, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 



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MORRIS TINSLEY 


Hustonville, KY 


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LORI H. TIPTON 


Neon, KY 


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DIANE TOBERGTE 


Independence, KY 


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IIMMY TODD 


Lebonon, KY 


MICHAEL TRENT 


Middlesbora, KY 




MARK TRICK 


Louisville, KY 


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lACQUELINE TRUESDELL 


Norwood, OH 


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THEDORE A. TSIBOUKAS 


Richmond, KY 


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ROSALIND TURNER 


Boonville, KY 


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WILLIAM C. TURNER 


Coeburn, VA 


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CRAIG TURPIN 


Richmond, KY 


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DONNA L. TURPIN 


Paris, KY 



Stearns, KY 
Louisville, KY 

Alexanderia, KY 
Fairfield, OH 

Los Angelos, CA 
Elliotville, KY 



Georgetown, KY 

Paducah, KY 

Englewood, OH 

Middlesboro, KY 

Versailles, KY 

Fairdale, KY 



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SUSAN M. VORBECK 


London, KY 


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SHERI L. WADE 


Gallipolis, OH 


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KEITH WAFORD 


Shelbyville, KY 


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DARYL WAINSCOTT 


Edgewood, KY 


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AMY S. WALKER 


Owensboro, KY 




DEBBIE WALTERS 


Irvine, KY 



Berry, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Phyllis, KY 

Winchester, KY 

Milford, OH 

Salyersville, KY 



Clay City, KY 

Bryson City, NC 

Richmond, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Allen, KY 

Ravinna, KY 



Juniors/THO-WEB 325 



TIMOTHY lAMES WELLS 
APRIL WELTE 
CAROL WEST 
CHRISTOPHER A. WEST 
ALAN WHEELER 
BECKY WHITE 



BILL H. WHITE 
DAVID R. WHITE 
MARIANNE WHITE 
TONY K. WHITEHOUSE 
ANGELA WHITENACK 
KIM WHITLEY 



STEVEN K. WHITSON 
lAMES SCOTT WIBBELS 
DONNA I, WILDER 
KAREN WILDER 
VICKIE L. WILHOITE 
SCOTT WILKERSON 



SUZANNE WILL 
BEVERLY WILLIAMS 
DAVID WILLIAMS 
ELLA WILLIAMS 
MELINDA WILLIAMS 
PATRICIA C, WILLIAMS 



DONNA L. WILLIAMSON 
lOHN WILLIAMSON 
lEANNE WILLMES 
MARK WILLOUGHBY 
MONICA WILLS 
DENISE WILSON 



KIMBERLY WILSON 
MICHAEL D. WILSON 
lANET L WILT 
TRAGI WIMSATT 
NANETTE WINKLE 
MELLANE WININGER 



IILL WIRTLEY 
lERALD A. WISE 
DARRYL A. WISEMAN 
DALE WISON 
MICHAEL A. WOEHLER 
lANICE WOODHAMS 



BRENDA LYNN WOODS 
EDWIN R. WOODS 
LINDA WRIGHT 
ROBIN WARNER WRIGHT 
JOSEPHINE YAGODICH 
BELINDA YANCEY 



326 )uniors/WEL-YAN 



Cold Springs, KY 

Agusta, KY 

Paris, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Dryden, VA 

Floyd Knobs, IN 



Middlesboro, KY 

Ft. Thomas, KY 

Versailles, KY 

Lebonan, KY 

Harrodsbury, KY 

Ft. Wright, KY 



Knoxville, TN 

Middletown, KY 

Sulpher, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Owenton, KY 

Louisville, KY 



Butler, PA 

Louisville, KY 

Ashland, KY 

Mayslick, KY 

Mt. Washington, KY 

Ft. Thomas, KY 



Richmond, KY 

Canada, KY 

Park Hills, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Winchester, KY 

Georgetown, KY 



Louisville, KY 

Irvine, KY 

Wilmington, OH 

Louisville, KY 

Frankfort, KY 

Danville, KY 



Seven Mile, OH 

Louisville, KY 

Irvine, KY 

Stanton, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Wheaton, MD 



Mayslick, KY 
Grayson, KY 
Stearms, KY 
Lewisburg, KY 
Toler, KY 
Mayfield, KY 




Dr. Anne Brooks 




". . . you have to teach in a meaningful way . . . you 
have to inspire students with the courage needed to 
question the thoughts and ideas that affect their 
lives ..." 

In a university the size of Eastern it is often difficult to 
find a professor that is truly concerned about the stu- 
dents she teaches. For Dr. Anne Brooks, Chairperson 
of the Department of Humanities, teaching means 
more than simply relaying information. Teaching 
means awakening within her students a desire to learn; 
teaching means opening up their minds to new ideas 
and new experiences. 

Perhaps the most interesting aspect of her career is 
the years she spent in Japan. From 1961-1965 Dr. 
Brooks taught at Kwassui Junior College in Nagasaki. 
While there she taught four classes in English and one 
Bible study class. 

Taking full advantage of her contact with another 
culture, Dr. Brooks studied many aspects of Japanese 
culture, particularly the language and the dance. 




CLENNA YANCEY 
THERSA YORK 
JUDY YOUNKMAN 
KERRY ZERKLE 
BETH ZIECLER 
BARBARA ZWICKER 



GICI BELANGER 
C. DOUGLAS BOYD 
DONNA COMBS 
ANGIE HACKEL 



Clencoe, KY 

Belfast, ME 

Kettering, OH 

St. Albans, WV 

Edgewood, KY 

leffersontown, KY 



Northville, Ml 

Paintsville, KY 

Lawrenceburg, IN 

Lousiville, KY 



)uniors/Yan-Hac 327 



MARK ABELINC 
CINA L. ABELL 
PAMELA lOY ABNER 
CHERRI ADAMS 
CINDY ADAMS 
KATHY ADAMS 



MARLENE ADAMS 
SANDY ADAMS 
SHARLENE ADAMS 
EDDIE ADDISON 
AMY ADKINS 
ROXANNE AHRMAN 



LAURIE AINSWORTH 
JANET L. ALLEN 
GREGORY ALLENDER 
SHELIA ALLEY 
KATHY ALLISON 
MARY ALSIP 



VERA AMBURGEY 
KAREN ANDERSON 
LAURENCE P ANDERSON 
RODNEY ANDERSON 
STEVE ANDERSON 
DAVID ANDREW 



JEFFREY W. ANDREWS 
KAREN APPLEGATE 
WENDELL DALE APPLEGATE 
PHIL ARRASMITH 
GINA ARVIN 
BETH ASHCRAFT 



TERI ASHER 

KAREN AYRES 

PEGGY BAAS 

lOHN K. BACK 

CHERYL MARIE BACHMAN 

MARY S. BADGLEY 



TAMALA S. BAHM 
TANYA BAKER 
VERNA BAKER 
BRIAN BALES 
LARRY BALLARD 
ANNE BARKER 



KAREN BARKER 
RICK BARNES 
LORRIE BARRY 
SAM BASTIN 
KIMBERLY K, BASTON 
LISA BAXTER 

328 Sophomores/Abe-Bax 



ErIanger. KY 

Crestwood, KY 

Winchester, KY 

Lewisport. KY 

West Liberty, KY 

Stanford, KY 



Crestwood, KY 

West Liberty, KY 

Crestwood, KY 

Beattyville, KY 

Corbin, KY 

Peebles, OH 



Louisville, KY 

Mt. Vernon, KY 

Independence, KY 

Ashland, KY 

Frankfort, KY 

Mt. Vernon, KY 



Ashland, KY 

Edgewood, KY 

Paris, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Russell Springs, KY 



Cincinnati, OH 

Arlington Heights, IL 

Tollesboro, KY 

Mount Sterling, KY 

Irvine, KY 

Louisville, KY 



Middlesboro, KY 

Manchester, OH 

Louisville, KY 

Dayton, OH 

Winchester, KY 

Hamilton, OH 



Louisville, KY 

Han^ilton, OH 

Burdine, KY 

Independence, KY 

Ravenna, KY 

Winchester, KY 



Louisville, KY 
Lexington, KY 
Kettering, OH 

Lancaster, KY 

Dry Ridge, KY 

Fleming, KY 






SIMONE BEACH 


Floyds Knobs, IN 


DAPHNE BEAR 


lohnstown, PA 


ANCIE BECK 


Jackson, KY 


CATHERINE C. BECKER 


Crestwood, KY 


JENNIFER BECKMAN 


Ft. Thomas, KY 


DAWNA 8EEBOUT 


Lexington, KY 


NICHOLAS V. BENGE 


Bellevue, KY 


MICHAEL A, BENNETT 


Villa Hills, KY 


CONNIE BENTLEY 


Virgie, KY 


BEVERLY BENTLY 


London, KY 


MICHELE E. BERGER 


Louisville, KY 


TARA BILBREY 


Winchester, KY 


ROCKY D. BINDER 


Londop, KY 


DEBORAH BISHOP 


Foster, KY 


LINDA D. BISHOP 


Booneville, KY 


MARTY BISHOP 


Louisville, KY 


WILLIAM C. BISHOP 


Louisville, KY 


LISA BLACK 


Maysville, KY 


MARLENE D. BLACK 


Georgetown, KY 


MICHAEL LEE BLACKARD 


Middlesboro, KY 


KIM RENEE BLAIR 


Pikeville, KY 


STARR BLAKEMAN 


Louisville, KY 


KAREN BLANKENSHIP 


Prospect, KY 


KARLA BLANKENSTEIN 


Louisville, KY 


TAMARA I. BLAU 


Walton, KY 


ANNE BLAYNEY 


Louisville, KY 


RHONDA BLEVINS 


Springfield, OH 


MICHAEL A. BOLCAS 


Versailles, KY 


DAVID L. BOLTE 


Russell, KY 


TERESA BOLTE 


Cincinnati, OH 


MICHAEL BOLTON 
)ILL BONFIGLIO 
lANET BOOTHE 
KIMBERLY BOTKINS 
LYNN BOUCHARD 
SARAH BOWLING 


Lancaster, KY 

Centerville, OH 

Rineyville, KY 

Georgetown, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Elizabethtown, KY 


DAVID BRADLEY 


Radcliff, KY 


CINDY BRADSHAW 


Lucasville, OH 


BELVA BRANDENBURG 


Beattyville, KY 


CONNIE BRANDENBURG 


Beattyville, KY 


DANNY BRANDENBURY 


Irvine, KY 


MARY BRANHAM 


Winchester, KY 


MERTIE BRANHAM 


Winchester, KY 


STEPHAN M. BRANHAM 


Flatwoods, KY 


CARLA F. BREEDING 


Rineyville, KY 


SHERRI BREEZE 


Louisville, KY 


MARY BRITTON 


Smyrna, CA 


RHONDA CAROL BROCK 


Pineville, KY 


^ Sophomores/Bea-Bro 329 



RICKY BROCK 
MARY L. BRODBECK 
)OAN M. BROOKS 
ANN MARIE BROTZGE 
BOBBY L. BROWN 
CRYSTAL BROWN 



DEBRA BROWN 
REBECCA M. BROWN 
STEPHEN B BROWN 
lULIE I, BROWNE 
DONNIE BRUMMETT 
ELIZABETH L. BRYANT 



TERRY BRYANT 
LIZ BUDDELMEYER 
MARY lUDE BUECHLER 
KATHERINE BULLOCK 
WILMA A. BUNCH 
JANICE BURCHELL 



R. ALLEN BURGER 
SHEREE BURKS 
lACK BURTON 
KATHY |0 BURTON 
REGINA BURTON 
WINONA LYNNE BURTON 



KIM BUSH 
MARSHA L. BUSH 
ANN E. BUSICK 
)AE BUTCHER 
RENAE BUTCHER 
RICH BYERS 



GINA M. CABRERO 
ANGELA CAIN 
WADE CALVERT 
JENNIFER CANTRELL 
)ANICE CARLOCK 
SUSAN LYNNE CARMACK 



CATHERINE CARMOSINO 
TERESA CARPENTER 
ARCH CARRICO 
KAREN CARROLL 
JERI CARTER 
MELANIE CARTER 



SAM CARTER 
TRULENA CASE 
DAVID CASEY 
KYLE LYNN CAUDILL 
SHARON CAUDILL 
DANA CAVE 

330 Sophomores/Bro-Cav 



Stanford, KY 
Springfield, OH 

Fairfield, OH 

Jeffersontown, KY 

Monticello, KY 

Covington, KY 



Lexington, KY 
Lexington, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Richmond, KY 
Crab Orchard, KY 
Eminence, KY 



Hazard, KY 

Elida, OH 

Louisville, KY 

Brodhead, KY 

Paducah, KY 

Manchester, KY 



Anchorage, KY 
Louisville, KY 

Mt. Sterling, KY 

Columbia, KY 

Florence, KY 

Brodhead, KY 



Louisville, KY 

Lebanon, OH 

Carrollton, KY 

Ashland, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Richmond, KY 



Puerto Rica 

Big Creek, KY 

Georgetown, KY 

Phelps, KY 

Kettering, OH 

East Bernstadl, KY 



Springfield, OH 

Berea, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Red Bank, N) 

Russell, KY 

Versailles, KY 



Pikeville, KY 

Ravenna, KY 

Waddy, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Broadhead, KY 

Campbellsville, KY 






w 







Russia is a name familiar to everyone, but who really 
knows anything about the place? 

Vitaly Wowk is one person that does. In fact, he 
knows it very well. Born in the Ukraine, he left at the 
age of 5 and has never been back. He has, however, 
travelled extensively in Europe. 

Teaching in the foreign language department Dr. 
Wowk has had a chance to use his familiarity with 
Russia and Europe in his courses. He finds teaching 
fascinating, especially when his students are interested 
and receptive. 

Contradicting the myth of the cold Russian, Dr. 
Wowk enjoys life. He likes the University, likes all of the 
classes he teaches and likes having people around him. 

Probably one of the most gratifying aspects of his 
job was the increased interest in Russia. This semester 
there were over 100 students taking Russian. 

With a following like that, it was no surprise that for 
Dr. Wowk, "There is nothing I would like to do more 
than teaching." 



Dr. Vitaly Wowk 



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PATRICIA CHADWELL 
MARYBETH CHAMBERS 
RICK CHANEY 
CARLA CHAPMAN 
LORIE CHAPPELL 
MARSHA J. CHARLES 



BEN )ASON CHILDERS 
DEBBIE CHILDS 
TIM CHiSHOLM 
CONNIE R. CLARK 
CRAIG M. CLARK 
KATHY CLARK 



PAUL CLARK 
ROBERT CLARK 
WILLIAM lOSEPH CLARK 
KATHY ). CLAYTON 
CHERYL CLEMENTS 
PAMELA L. CLUBB 



STEVE COFFMAN 
KATRINA COLE 
LACINDA COLE 
LEEANNE COLE 
TIM COLEMANN 
JOHN T COLLINS, II 



Lexington, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Irvine, KY 

Flatwoods, KY 

Finchville, KY 

Pikeville, KY 



Campton, KY 

Frankfort, KY 

Pleasureville, KY 

Dayton, KY 

Ft Mitchell, KY 

Owensboro, KY 



Fairfield, OH 
Louisville, KY 
Springfield, KY 
Cynthiana, KY 
Lexington, KY 
Richmond, KY 



Newport, KY 

Beattyville, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Barbourville, KY 

Shelbyville, KY 

Pine Ridge, KY 



Sophomores/Cha-Col 331 



PHYLLIS COLLINS 
RADEANA COLLINS 
RUSSELL COLWELL 
SAN COMBEST 
TAMMIE L COMBS 
DEBRA LYNN COMPTON 



MARK CONDER 
DERRICK SHANE CONNER 
MIRIAM CONWELL 
NANCY COOKE 
EDITH COOMER 
ALICE COOPER 



PHILLIP COPHER 
DERONDA CORMAN 
DAVID CORNETT 
EVA DENISE COUCH 
MELINDAL COULTER 
KENNETH R. COWAN 



DAWN E. COX 
JOSEPH D. COX 
LARRY COX 
lOHN DAVID CRAFT 
WANDA CRAIG 
lULIA M. CRAVEN 



MARY EDWINA CRAYNON 
TERESA CREECH 
ANDREA CRIDER 
DIANA CROCKETT 
VONDA CROUCHER 
SHONNA lEAN CROWE 



WINFORD L. CULBERTSON 
PAUL CURRY 
YVONNE M. DALE 
lOHN DALTON 
AHMED DANDANI 
GREG DARST 



ELLEN DAUGHERTY 
ANN DAVIDSON 
ANTHONY DAVIDSON 
RENEE DAVIDSON 
lANA SHARON DAY 
DEBBIE DEATHERAGE 



BAMBE DECATUR 
lOHN DECK 
NANCY DECKEL 
lEFFERY DECKER 
TIM DEDMAN 
TAMMY DEERING 



332 Sophomores/Col-Dee 



Springfield. OH 

Aberdeen, OH 

London, KY 

Piosvo E. Lu 

Hazard, KY 

Chattanooga, TN 



Richmond, KY 

Cynthiana, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Paint Lick. KY 
Richmond, KY 



Paris, KY 

Stanford, KY 

Middletown, OH 

Big Creek, NY 

Cynthiana, KY 

London, KY 



Winchester. KY 

Louisville, KY 

Middlesboro, KY 

Albany, KY 

Corbin, KY 

Covington, KY 



Somerset, KY 
Campton, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Berea, KY 

Ravenna, KY 



Campton, KY 

Covington, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Monticello, KY 

Saudi Arabia 

Louisville, KY 



East Bernstadt, KY 

Pineville, KY 

Mt. Vernon, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Lancaster, KY 

Stanford, KY 



Brandenbury, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Berea, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Lebanon, KY 





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DANIEL ROBERT DELLER 


Cincinnati, 


OH 


JENNIFER DEVINE 


Springfield, 


KY 


DESIREE DEVROOMEN 


Williamstown 


KY 


RICHARD DEZARN 


Manchester, 


KY 


MICHELE C. DICK 


Mt, Vernon, 


KY 


HELENA DIETRICH 


LaCrange, 


KY 


PENNE DISTLER 


Louisville, 


KY 


PENNY DOAN 


Danville, 


KY 


MICHELLE DODRILL 


Louisville, 


KY 


BOBBI )0 DUNAGAN 


Monticello, 


KY 


BRIDGET L. DUNAWAY 


London, 


KY 


LORI LYNN DUNCAN 


North Huntingdon 


PA 


BONNIE S, DUNLAP 


Wilmington, 


OH 


DEBBIE DUNN 


Trenton, 


OH 


TWILA DUNN 


Louisville, 


KY 


LISA DURHAM 


Richmond, 


KY 


JANE DURSTOCK 


Edgewood, 


KY 


SUZANNE EASON 


Lexington, 


KY 


KELLY ECKMAN 


Morganfield, 


KY 


CATHERINE EGALITE 


Lexington, 


KY 


CHERYL EGART 


Louisville, 


KY 


MARGARET ELDER 


Louisville, 


KY 


TERESA ELLIOTT 


Stanford, 


KY 


MARK S. EMERY 


Cadiz, 


KY 



LAURA ENSOR 
MICHAEL |. ERNST 
PAM ESTEP 
BETH EVANS 
KIMBERLY D. EVANS 
LAVERN EVANS 


Louisville, KY 

Louisville, KY 

West Portsmouth, OH 

Cincinnati, OH 

Miamisburg, OH 

Ft. Knox, KY 


LISA KAY EVANS 
HOPE EVERMAN 
CHERYL FANNIN 
SCOTT FAWBUSH 
WANDA FEAGINS 
lEFF D, FEHLIS 


Verona, KY 

Grayson, KY 

Wheelersburg, OH 

St, Cloud, FL 

Birmingham, AL 

Louisville, KY 


MONICA FELTNER 
BARB FENNELL 
JENNIFER A. FEREBEE 
DAVID A, FERGUSON 
GWENDOLYN FINNELL 
KELLY S. FINNEY 


London, KY 

Cambridge Ont., Canada 

Peewee Valley, KY 

Stanford, KY 

Erianger, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 


KOWNA FIRMAN Louisville, KY 
TOM FITZSIMMONS Radcliff, KY 
5HERILYN FIVEASH Toronto, Canada 
RON FLANNERY Booneville, KY 
BRADFORD L, FLEMMINC Ashland, KY 
TRACYE FLOYD Shelbyville, KY 




Sophomores/ Del-Flo 333 



MELODY FLYNN 
MONNA LYNN FLYNN 
IILL A. FORBES 
ION FOX 
LISA ELAINE FOX 
SUSAN FOX 



CONNIE FRANCISCO 
DEIRDRE FRANK 
SHADE FRAZIER 
lOANIE FREDERICK 
VANOY FREEMAN 
BECKY |. FRENCH 



Nicholasville, KY 

Bronston, KY 

Ft. Mitchell, KY 

Beattyville, KY 

Turners Station, KY 

Louisville, KY 



Cincinnati, OH 

Springfield, OH 

Whitesburg, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Corbin, KY 

Louisville, KY 



BETSY FRYMIRE 

KATHERINE FULCHER 

MARK KRAFT FULMORE 

lEFF GAISER 

PRISCILLA GALES 

SCOTT THOMAS GALLOWAY 



MARLA GAMES 
AMY L. GARDNER 
GREG GARNER 
MELODIE GARNER 
lANE GARRETT 
MELISSA ANN GAW 



TERESA CAY 
TYRA CAYLORD 
LISA CEGEL 
CHERYL CEHRINCER 
DIANA RACHEL GEORGE 
BRIAN GIBBS 



MARIAN GIBSON 
MICHAEL W. CILKEY 
KEVIN C. GILLESPIE 
lERILYN CINNAN 
KIMBERLY COINS 
CINA GOODIN 



LISA CARROLL GOODIN 
LINDA STARR GOODMAN 
GRETCHEN GORRELL 
ANITA GRAHAM 
MARSHA GRAHAM 
DOUGLAS GRANT 



CHRISTEL GREENHAM 
STEPHANIE GREENHILL 
LARRY GREENWELL 
LINDA GREENWELL 
MARK GREGORY 
MARY CRIDER 



334 Sophomores/Fly-Gri 



Madisonville, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Crestwood, KY 

Ludlow, KY 

lenkins, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 



Frankfort, KY 

Galena, OH 

Cincinnati, OH 

Carrollton, KY 

Spencer, WV 

Middleton, OH 



Boneville, KY 

Nicholasville, KY 

Kettering, OH 

Wilmington, OH 

Erie, PA 

South Shore, KY 



Lancaster, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Beattyville, KY 
Democrat, KY 
Lebanon, KY 



Austin, IN 

Richmond, KY 

Louisville, KY 

lackson, KY 

Winchester, KY 

Lexington, KY 



Danville, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Bardstown, KY 
Shelbyville, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Glasgow, KY 




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Dr. Duane 
Harding 



"For years I was always mad at the weatherman and 
now I am one." 

Duane Harding can no longer complain about the 
weatherman or at least he can't complain about the 
weekend weatherman. Dr. Harding nows spends his 
weekend doing the weather for WLEX-TV news in 
Lexington. 

As a teacher it would seem that there would be 
many similarities between talking to a class and talking 
to a camera. According to Dr. Harding this isn't so. 
"You can't make eye contact with the camera as you 



can with students." 

With a Ph.D. in meteorology he is qualified to be a 
weatherman, but Dr. Harding does enjoy the time he 
spends in the class room. He combines these interests 
by teaching a class on meteorology. 

The job as a weatherman is still new to the associate 
professor. Unlike the rest of Kentucky, he hasn't yet 
gotten "cold feet" this winter. While preferring to keep 
his teaching career foremost, the on-camera experi- 
ence is something he definitely relishes. 




SHEILA CRIDER 


Glasgow, KY 


BECKY GRIFFIN 


Lagrange, KY 


JENNY CRISWOLD 


Cincinnati, OH 


NANCY M. CUENTHER Cincinnati, OH 


DEBBIE CULLETT 


Harrodsburg, KY 


TAMMY CULLETT 


Nicholasville, KY 


SCOTT D. GUNNIGLE 


Cincinnati, OH 


)OHN R. HADDIX 


Albany, KY 


FREDA HAGAN 


Whitesville, KY 


TERESA A, HAGAN 


Winchester, KY 


SHEILA HALL 


Louisville, KY 


LYNN HAMILTON 


Corbin, KY 


ROBERT HAMILTON 


Vinegrove, KY 


DEBBIE HAMMONS 


London, KY 


DONNA HANCOCK 


Columbia, KY 


PATRICIA M. HANLEY 


Louisville, KY 


MARY HANNAN 


Berea, KY 


KATHY ). HARDESTY 


Louisville, KY 


MELISSA HARDIN 


Louisville, KY 


SHAWNY HARLOW 


Irvine, KY 


VALERIE HARRIS 


Cedar Glen, CA 


REBECCA HARRISON 


Irvine, KY 


CHERYL HARROD 


Lebanon, KY 


WILLIAM R. HART 


Mlddlesboro, KY 




Sophomores/Cri-Har 335 



KIRSTEN HASBROUCK 
lULIA HASTINGS 
lULIE ANN HATCH 
AMY TERESA HATFIELD 
CHARLIE W. HATFIELD 
GINA HAWKS 



HEATHER HAYDON 
MICHAEL B. HAYES 
KELLY HEADEN 
EDWARD H. HEEG 
JENNY HELTON 
VICKI HEMBREE 



Lexington, KY 

Owensboro, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Nancy, KY 

Forest Hills, KY 

Harlan, KY 



Lawrenceburg, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Georgetown, KY 

Ft, Thomas, KY 

Fern Creek, KY 

Ingram, KY 



KENNETH SCOTT HENDLEY Miamisburg, OH 



ROBIN HENDRICKSON 
KIM HEN5LEY 
MARVIN HENSLEY 
ROBERT L, HERZOG 
WILLIAM |. HETZER 



CHARLOTTE HIBBARD 
MELISSA ELLEN HICKS 
SHARON HICKS 
ROBIN C. HIGCINS 
SHARON HICHFILL 
MARC HILL 



MELANIE HILL 
CYNTHIA HILLARD 
HOLLY HISLE 
LISA A. HOEFERLE 
ANDREW HOEKZEMA 
ELAINE HOKE 



VICKY HOLBROOK 
TERRY HONCHELL 
STEPHANIE HORN 
DAVID 1, NORTON 
CYNTHIA LEA HOWARD 
MIKE HOWARD 



KIM HUMPHREY 
GREG HUNKEMOELLER 
TROY HUNT 
GREGROY HUNTER 
REBECCA S, HURTZ 
LISA HYMAN 

336 Sophomores/Has-Hyni 



Pineville, KY 

Independence, KY 

Williamsburg, KY 

Radclilf, KY 

Indianapolis, IN 



Manchester, KY 

Augusta, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Falmouth, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 



Ashland, KY 

Frankfort, KY 

Shelbyville, KY 

Crawfordsville, IN 

Cincinnati, OH 

Dublin, OH 



Ft. Huachuca, AZ 

London, KY 

Irvine, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Richmond, KY 

Owenton, KY 



CINDY HUBER 


Ft, Wright, 


KY 


K.^THY HUBER 


Harrison 


IN 


BEVERLY ANNE HUFF 


Vanlear, 


KY 


DONNA G. HUGHES 






LAURIE HUGHES 


Louisville, 


KY 


STELLA HUGHES 


Irvine, 


KY 



Lexington, KY 

Ft. Mitchell, KY 

leffersontown, KY 

Albany, KY 

Ashland, KY 

Louisville, KY 




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BRIAN E, HYNDMAN 


Leesburg, FL 


THERESA IKER 


Reading, OH 


KELLY IRWIN 


Indianapolis, IN 


JENNIFER M. ISAACS 


McKee, KY 


lULIE IVES 


Prospect, KY 


DIANA LYNN lACKSON 


Artemus, KY 


GAIL lACKSON 


Artemus, KY 


NANCY lACKSON 


Owenton, KY 


CABOT L. lAHNICEN 


Cynthiana, KY 


SCOTT lENNlNCS 


Louisville, KY 


CAROLYN lOHNSON 


Chesterfield, MO 


LESLIE lOHNSON 


Lexington, KY 


RICHARD H. lOHNSON 


Ft. Myers, FL 


SHERI lOHNSON 


Fairfield, OH 


TERRI lOHNSON 


Richmond, KY 


ANNE lONES 


Harlan, KY 


CAMMY lONES 


Ashland, KY 


DWAYNE lONES 


Barbourville, KY 


lENNIFER A. lONES 


Highland, IN 


ROBERT A. lONES 


Middlesboro, KY 


TISH lONES 


Corbin, KY 


DEBBIE KAMMERER 


Xenia, OH 


LEONARD KANNAPELL 


Prospect, KY 


KAREN KATTER 


Wilnnington, OH 


lENNIFER KAUP 


Tipp City, OH 


BLAINE KELLEY 


Cincinnati, OH 


lOHN W. C KENNEDY 


Sonora, KY 


lUDY KERSTINC 


Cincinnati, OH 


KELLEY ANN KETTENRING 


Frankfort, KY 


DAVID KEYSER 


Versailles, OH 



MOHAMMED HASSAN KHAFAGY Saudi Arabia 



BETH KIMBROUGH 
PAULITA KINCER 
DENNIS KIRBY 
KENNY KIRKPATRICK 
KIMBERLY KISER 



CRAIG KLINE 
KAREN KMOCK 
SHARI KNAUER 
SUSAN KNIGHT 
DANA KNIGHTON 
WILMA |0 KNOX 



KAREN KOHNLE 
REBECCA ANN KOLB 
KAROL KORFHAGE 
IILL KRAFT 
DAVID KRASOFSKY 
LEWIS KUHL 



Shelbyville, KY 

Lebanon, OH 

Crestwood, KY 

Stanford, KY 

Rockhourse, KY 



Ft. Knox, KY 

Bryantsville, KY 

Ft. Thomas, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Stanton, KY 



Winchester, KY 

Oxford, OH 

Louisville, KY 

Hamilton, OH 

Kettering, OH 

Louisville, KY 



Sophomores/Hyn-Kuh 337 



LISA LAKE 

SANDY LANCASTER 

STEVE LAND 

LORI A. LAUCHNER 

MARTHA LAWRENCE 

EDWINA LAWSON 



VICKIE D. LAWSON 
DENISE LAYTON 
CINDY KAYE LEAR 
GAYLE LEAR 
TRICIA LEDFORD 
PAULA LEE 



MARY )0 LEEDY 
ANDREA LEESON 
KEVIN M. LEET 
LARILYNN LEFFLER 
KELLY LEMING 
MARK LESLIE 



Berea, KY 

Vine Grove, KY 

Georgetown, KY 

Russell, KY 

Miracle, KY 



Williamsburg, KY 

Edgewood, KY 

Mount Vernon, KY 

Crab Orchard, KY 

Cannon, KY 

Louisville, KY 



Stanford, KY 

West Chester, OH 

Prospect, KY 

Kettering, OH 

Miami, FL 

Oil Springs, KY 



NANCY LIBBEE 

KATHl ANN LINCOLN 

KIM LINDON 

KIM LITTLE 

BECKY LITTLETON 

MARK CARTER LIVINGOOD 



Milford, OH 

Louisville, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Chambersburg, PA 

Grayson, KY 

Dry Ridge, KY 



SANDI LLOYD 
CHERYL LOHSE 
ELAINE LOLESS 
MELANIE ANN LONG 
KEVIN LOTHRIDGE 
STACY LOVIN 



DEBBIE L. LUCAS 
DALE LUDWICK 
JAMIE MALLARD 
BELINDA MANESS 
KAREN A. MANGUS 
RACHEL MANUEL 



Covington, KY 

Waynesville, OH 

West Portmouth, OH 

Crab Orchard, KY 

Aurora, IN 

Ashland, KY 



Melvindale, Ml 

Dayton, OH 

Vine Grove, KY 

Phelps, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Lexington, KY 



PATTY MARKS 
WILLIAM PATRICK MARKS 
BILL I. MARSHALL 
SALLY MARTIN 
SUSIE MARTIN 
WALTER MARTIN 



RAY MASON 
DAVID MASTERS 
KEVIN MATHEWS 
DAVID B. MATTINGLY 
DONALD MATTINGLY JR 
SHEILA MATTINGLY 

338 Sophomores/Lak-Mat 



Lebanon, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Reading, OH 

Bardstown, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Waddy, KY 



Harlan, KY 

Erlanger, KY 

Maysville, KY 

Springfield, KY 

Bardstown, KY 

Springfield, KY 














Dr. Robert Miller 



Wine making as a hobby has been experiencing a 
revival in recent years. While Kentucky has long had a 
certain notoriety for a different type of home brew, Dr. 
Robert Miller wants to change that image. 

Chairperson of the Department of Religion and Phi- 
losophy, Dr. Miller spends his spare time producing his 
own "fruit of the vine". With a vineyard near Paris, Ky., 
and a wine press in his storage room, he seems to be a 
logical choice for President of the Kentucky Vineyard 
Society. 

Dr. Miller helped form this society in 1981. its goals 
include popularizing the home production of wine and 
the enjoyment of the results of one's efforts. 

He doesn't stop here. In addition to his philosophy 
workload. Dr. Miller has found time to teach courses in 
the arts of wine tasting and wine making for the special 
programs division of the University. 

With his continued efforts, maybe Kentucky will 
eventually become famous for more than "White 
Lighting" when referring to home brew. 





JOE MAYNARD 


Louisville, KY 


KEVIN MAYNARD 


Phelps, KY 


ANNE McAULlFFE 


Cincinnati, OH 


JERRI McCARTER 


Harrodsburg, KY 


STEVEN A. McCOMBS 


Strongsville, OH 


ANGELA L. McCORD 


Birmingham, AL 


RENEE McCOWAN 


London, KY 


SHERRY McCOY 


Louisa, KY 


TIM McCOY 


Hazard, KY 


MARY W. McCRYSTAL 


Perryville, KY 


COLLEEN McDERMOTT 


Newport, KY 


RUTH MCDONALD 


Versailles, KY 


CINA McENANEY 


Louisville, KY 


REBEKAH L. McFARLAND 


Somerset, KY 


MARCIA McGEE 


London, KY 


MELISSA C. McGEE 


Lexington, KY 


EDDIE McGINNIS 


Harrodsburg, KY 


KIM McGUIRE 


Loveland, OH 


CAROLE McHODGKINS 


Radcliff, KY 


MICHAEL MdNTOSH 


Lexington Park, MD 


SHARON MclVER 


Albany, KY 


BILL McKOY 


Radcliff, KY 


TAMELA MEADE 


Richmond, KY 


TERRI MEADOW 


Lexington, KY 


Sophomores/May-Mea 339 



MISSY MEADOWS 
lEFFREY MEEK 
PAULA MEEK 
lOEY MEHOK 
SCOTT MEKENZIE 
NANNETTE METZ 



ROBIN MEYER 
KELLI MIEURE 
SHEILA MILES 
BETH MILLER 
DEBBIE MILLER 
GARY C. MILLER 



KATHY LYNN MILLER 
MYRA MILLER 
PATRICIA MILLER 
RUSTY MILLER 
SUSAN ANN MILLER 
SUSAN MINCUS 



MONA MINTER 
SHARON MIRACLE 
GREGG MITCHELL 
KAREN MITCHELL 
KIM MITCHELL 
MARTHA MITCHELL 



IILL MOLDEN 
LEISHA MOODY 
SUSAN MOON 
SUELLEN MOORE 
TRISHA MOORE 
BETH MOORMAN 



MICHAEL MORRIS 
STEVE MOULTON 
MARY MULHOLLAND 
CHRISTOPHER MULLINS 
ROBIN MULLINS 
DAVE MUTH 



LEOLA MYERS 
RHONDA NALLEY 
LARRY NASER 
lEANNIE NELSON 
LINDA NEUMANN 
lACQUEUNE NEWBERRY 



lULIA N. NEWELL 
SANDY NEWKIRK 
KAREN L. NEWSOME 
)ACKIE NEWTON 
KAREN NOEL 
SANDRA E. NOLTE 



340 Sophomores/Mea-Nol 



Lexington, KY 

Pikeville, KY 

Paintsville, KY 

Danville, KY 

Hager Hill, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 



Manchester, OH 

Findlay, OH 

Louisville, KY 

Winchester, KY 

Florence, KY 

Lexington, KY 



Louisville, KY 

Williamsburg, KY 

Tompkinsville, KY 

Roy, OH 

Dowagiac, Ml 

Louisville, KY 



Gray Hawk, KY 

Pineville, KY 

Dillsboro, IN 

Bowling Green, KY 

Georgetown, KY 

Lexington, KY 



Somerset, KY 
Richmond, KY 

Louisville, KY 
Campbellsville, KY 

Versailles, KY 
Shepherdsville, KY 



Berea, KY 

Columbus, OH 

Ashland, KY 

Crestwood, KY 

Winchester, KY 

Somerset, KY 



Creenbelt, MD 

Philpot, KY 

Brandenburg, KY 

Glasgow, KY 

Highland, IN 

Milford, OH 



Toledo, OH 

Wilmington, OH 

Virgie, KY 

Irvine, KY 

Harrodsburg, KY 

Ashland, KY 




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Prospect. 


KY 


ARTHUR L, O'BANNON, |R. 


Louisville, 


KY 


KATHLEEN M. ODONNELL 


Lebanon, 


KY 


RONDA OEDER 


Lebanon, 


OH 


PAMELA 1, OHARA 


Louisville, 


KY 


ANNETTE OHLMANN 


Louisville, 


KY 



KAREN OLDE 


Lexington, 


KY 


lAY ORTIZ 


Ft, Knox, 


KY 


HOLLY WYNN OSBORN 


Lexington, 


KY 


DORETHA OSLEY 


Jenkins, 


KY 


NANCY OTTER 


Prospect, 


KY 


CRAIG OVER5TREET 


Liberty, 


KY 



LEN PACKETT 
CHRISTOPHER Y PACEL 
PAULA LYNN PAINTER 
lULIE PALECHEK 
LESLIE PALMER 
NANCY PANNELL 



TED PAPPAS 

DARRELL LETCHER PARKS 
SHARON KAY PARKS 
lENNIFER PARRICAN 
SHEILA ANNE PATRICK 
lUDY PATTEN 



lULIE PATTERSON 
PHYLLIS PAULEY 
DONNA PAYNE 
JERRY PAYTON 
MARIA PAZARENTZOS 
BONNIE PEABODY 



SHERRY A. PEDIGO 
DOUG PENCE 
REGINA PENDLETON 
DOUG PERKINS 
LORA K. PERKINS 
DOUGLAS W. PETERS 



SUSAN PETERS 
BONNI PETERSON 
LORI PETERSON 
CANDY PHILLIPS 
lOHN K. PHILLIPS 
TRACY PHILLIPS 



CASSIE PICKLESIMER 
PAMELA PING 
KELLY LYNN PINSON 
SANDRA PITMAN 
DEBBIE ). POLLARD 
KATHY POORE 



Lexington, KY 

Elizabethtown, KY 

Alexandria, KY 

Hamilton, OH 

Florence, KY 

Pineville, KY 



Bellevue, KY 

Blooomfield, KY 

Hamilton, OH 

South Williamson, KY 

Hazard, KY 

junction City, KY 



Newport, KY 
Noland, WV 
Louisville, KY 
Irvington, KY 
Springfield, OH 
Louisville, KY 



leffersontown, KY 

Middleton, OH 

Louisville, KY 

Monticello, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Louisville, KY 



Tipp City, OH 
Lawrenceburg, IN 
Lake Wales, FL 
Bardstown, KY 
Beattyville, KY 
Manchester, KV 



Paintsville, KY 

Eubank, KY 

North Matewan, WV 

Irvine, KY 

Burlington, KY 

Middlesboro, KY 



Sophomores/Nor-Poo 341 



JOANNE POWELL 
WILLELLA POYNTER 
lAYNE PRALL 
CHARLOTTE PREECE 
GAIL PRIBBLE 
MARLA PRICE 



CHRISTOPHER S. PRINCE 
JILLANN PRIVITERA 
JOEY PROCACCINO 
NATHANIEL PRUEITT 
ANTHONY R, PUCKETT 
SHERRY PUCKETT 



CATHY QUEEN 
CYNTHIA |. RAINES 
AMY RASSINIER 
JOSEPH RAYMOND 
lANEY REED 
JEFF REED 



MAXINE REED 
SUE C REED 
CYNDE REESER 
BRYAN REGENAUER 
LISA REMINGTON 
THERESA RENN 



LEE REYNOLDS 
DIANE RICE 
CENIA RICE 
CATHY RICH 
LISA RICHARDSON 
RHONDA L. RICHERT 



DAVID ALAN RIDDLE 
JANICE R. RIDDLE 
KIMBERLY RIDDLE 
TINA RIDER 
CINDRA RIDGLEY 
JAMES RIGGS 



CONSTANCE RITCHIE 
SUE ELLEN ROARK 
CHARLOTTE ROBERTS 
EVERETT ROBERTS 
DARRELL ROBERTSON 
SUSAN ROBERTSON 



ALONZO ROBERTO ROBINSON 
CARLENE ROBINSON 
DANNY ROBINSON 
ELIZABETH ROBINSON 
LISA J. ROBINSON 
JEAN MARIE ROGAN 



Dayton, OH 

Corbin, KY 

Tipp City, OH 

Paintsville, KY 

Demossville, KY 

Booneville, KY 



Grayson, KY 
Boca Raton, FL 

Fairfield, OH 

Sulphur, KY 

Winchester, KY 

Winchester, KY 



Ashland, KY 

New Castle, IN 

Louisville, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Richmond, KY 



Barbourville, KY 
Parl<sville, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Louisville, KY 



Ft. Mitchell, KY 

Radcliff, KY 

Lebanon, OH 

Florence, KY 

Irvine, KY 

Mt. Vernon, OH 



Pikeville, KY 

Frankfort, KY 

Owenton, KY 

Dry Ridge, KY 

Richmond, KY 

London, KY 



Sanibel, FL 

Pineville, KY 

Burnside, KY 

Whitakers, NC 

Hamilton, OH 

Waddy, KY 



Radcliff, KY 

Webster, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Lockland, OH 

Lexington, KY 

Coxs Creek, KY 



342 Sophomores/Pow-Rog 





Dr. Dan Varney 

Genetic Engineering is a phrase that scares a lot of 
people. Images of Dr. Frankenstein loom in the mind's 
eye. With his double-knit three piece suit. Dr. Dan 
Varney definitely does not fit the mold. 

To Dr. Varney, one of his great pleasures is working 
with students and helping to remove some of the 
mystery of genetics. While his specialty is working with 
fescue grass for cattle, he enjoys designing research 
programs for students to acquaint them with the po- 
tentials of genetic manipulation. 

But Dr. Varney is not restricted to just genetics. His 
interest in students has also extended to his free time. 
Off and on during his tenure at Eastern, he helped 
organize and advise the SAE fraternity. The fraternity 
was first organized with some biology majors and the 
job became somewhat of a natural outgrowth of his 
career. 

With this work in genetics and his hobby of advis- 
ing. Dr. Varney definitely enjoys the challenge of a 
college environment. 




EDWINA ROGERS 
)OHN C. ROGERS 
DELORES ROLAND 
LEIGH M. ROSE 
PAMELA ROSE 
ROBERT ROSE 



TAMMY ROSER 
DAVID ROSS 
SHELL! ROSS 
LINDA ROZAK 
SHARON RUEHRWEIN 
LISA GAIL RULLMAN 



ROBIN RUSH 
CHERYL RUSSELL 
SHARON SAGE 
ROBIN SANDERS 
DEBBIE SANDLIN 
RONDA SATTERLY 



WILLARD SAUNTRY 
CATHY SAWKA 
DIANE S. SAYLOR 
TRACEY RENEE SCARLOTT 
JULIE SCEARCE 
JACKIE SCHANK 



Shelbyville, KY 

Glasgow, KY 

Williamstown, KY 

Clay City, KY 

Irvine, KY 

Berea, KY 



Carlisle, KY 

Beattyville, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Crestwood, KY 

Lawrenceburg, IN 

Aurora, IN 



Frankfort, KY 

Prestonsburg, KY 

Harlan, KY 

Prestonsburg, KY 

Manchester, KY 

Grayson, KY 



Blanchester, OH 
Covington, KY 
Seymour, CT 
Louisville, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Louisville, KY 



Sophomores/Rog-Sch 343 



SUSAN SCHEHR 
ED SCHELLHASS 
CHERYL SCHNERINCER 
MELINDA SCHNITZLER 
ALEX E. SCHOOLER 
LAURIE SCHROETER 



lEFF SCHULTZ 
DEBBI SCOTT 
SHANNON SCOTT 
SHARI D, SCOTT 
CURTIS SEARS 
IAN SEARS 



IBRAHIM S. SEHAIBANI 
CONSTANCE J. SEMLER 
DIANE M. SENG 
LESLIE SEWELL 
DALE SEXTON 
VICKIE SHADOAN 



SUSAN SHEERAN 
GLENN SHIELDS 
PAULA SHIRLEY 
MELISSA SHORE 
PATRICIA SHORT 
LINDA SIMMONS 



DON SIMPSON 
L KEVIN SIMPSON 
TONYA SIMPSON 
lEFFREY SIZEMORE 
MELISSA SIZEMORE 
KIMBERLY M. SMALLEY 



ANGELA SMITH 
CHRISTOPHER S. SMITH 
DANNY SMITH 
DAVID SMITH 
DONNA SMITH 
EMMETT D. SMITH 



lEFFREY DEAN SMITH 
JENNIFER SMITH 
KEITH SMITH 
NANCY E. SMITH 
PHYLLIS SMITH 
RENEE SMITH 



RHONDA SMITH 
TRISCH SMITH 
DAVID E. SOUDER 
lOHN SPALDING 
lEFFREY SPRAGUE 
DELLA LOUISE SPARKS 



344 Sophomores/Sch-Sta 



Cincinnati, OH 

Springfield, OH 

Louisville, KY 

Waynesburg, KY 

Fisherville, KY 

Shelbyville, KY 



Alexandria, KY 

Catlettsburg, KY 

Horse Cave, KY 

Catlettsburg, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Irvine, KY 



Saudi Arabia 
Ironton, OH 
Louisville, KY 
Wilmington, OH 
Ashland, KY 
Sonnerset, KY 



Vine Grove, KY 
Shelbyville, KY 

Harrodsburg, KY 

Buckhorn, KY 

Muldraugh, KY 

Kettering, OH 



Cincinnati, OH 
Crestwood, KY 
Shelbyville, KY 
Covington, KY 
Hamilton, OH 
Millersburg, KY 



Freeburn, KY 

Pitman, N| 

Littleton, CO 

Syracuse, NY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Beattyville, KY 



Paris, KY 

Monroe, OH 

Radcliff, KY 

Centerville, KY 

Harlan, KY 

Ft. Thomas, KY 



West Carrollton, OH 

Manchester, KY 

Corinth, KY 

Springfield, KY 

Bellevue, KY 

Blaine, KY 




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MARGARET STAMPER 
BRUCE S. STAMPER 
MARY lANE STANDER 
R. DARWIN STANLEY 
FRANK STAPLETON 



CYNTHIA STEARMAN 
LYNDA MARIE STEELY 
SANDRA STEILBERG 
LOWELL STEVENS, III 
WENDY STEVENS 
DONNA STEVENSON 



lOY C. STEWART 
REVA I- STEWART 
RHONDA STICKLEY 
KEITH STILLWELL 
CHRIS STINSON 
MICHELLE STIRNEMANN 



MARCIA STONE 
RITA DEVONE STONE 
HAZEL STOUT 
MICHAEL STRONG 
ANN STROSNIDER 
DAVID K. STUBBLEFIELD, 



PECEEN SULLIVAN 
SANDY SULLIVAN 
LISA lANELL SUMMERLIN 
)ON SUTKAMP 
KERRY SUTTi.ES 
PATRICIA )ANE SUTTON 



SUSAN SUTTON 
KIM SWANSON 
TONY SWARTHWOOD 
SHERRIE L. TACKETT 
KATHRYN A. TARTER 
LISA TATUM 



DONALD TAYLOR 
KEVIN TAYLOR 
ROBERT TAYLOR 
WALLACE TAYLOR 
TOM N. TEBAULT 
JAMIE THOMAS 



JANET THOMAS 
MICHAEL ASHBY THOMAS 
NANCY THOMAS 
CONNIE THOMPSON 
KEVIN THOMPSON 
TIM THOMPSON 



Shelbyville, KY 

Beattyville, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Ludlow, KY 

Pikeville, KY 

Paintsville, KY 



Summersville, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Paris, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Morrow, OH 



Hamilton, OH 
Ashland, KY 

Arcanum, OH 

Fairdale, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Cleves, OH 



Dayton, OH 
Bloomfield, KY 

Tateville, KY 
Tipp City, OH 

Ashland, KY 
Lexington, KY 



Cincinnati, OH 

Ft. Thomas, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Bellevue, KY 

Owingsville, KY 

Louisville, KY 



MIddlesboro, KY 

Russsell Spnngs, KY 

Dry Ridge, KY 

Inez, KY 

Liberty, KY 

Louisville, KY 



Prospect, KY 
London, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Pryse, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Lebanon, KY 



Utica, Ml 

Winchester, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Taylorsville, KY 

Mt. Sherman, KY 

Bagdad, KY 



Sophomores/Sta-Tho 345 



DEBBIE THORNBERRY 
DIANE LYNN THORNTON 
DIANNE THORPE 
TIM TINGLE 
TARA L. TINKER 
GAIL TIPTON 



JOHN MARK TOBY 
BECKY TOLLE 
EMILY CAROLE TOMS 
PATTI TOWERY 
STEVE TRAMMEL 
SHELLEY TRAMMELL 



TRACEY TRODCLEN 
DONALD TROSPER 
MICHELLE D, TROSPER 
IIM TROUSDALE 
SHEILA TUCKER 
PERRY TUSSEY 



SUSAN TUTT 
ANNE C. TYE 
KEVIN VALLANCE 
VIRGINIA L. VANWINKLE 
CHARIS VARNUM 
ANITA VINCENT 



MELANIE VINCENT 
MILDRED VIRES 
SUSAN LYNN WADE 
TIM WAITS 
STACY WALLACE 
BRYAN WALTERS 



GREG WALTERS 
BELINDA WARD 
BONNIE WARD 
DANA C. WARD 
DONNA WARD 
PAMELA WARD 



CHARLOTTE WARREN 
BRUCE W, WATSON 
KIMBERLY K. WATSON 
KATHY WEBB 
SUSAN WEBB 
SUSAN WEBB 



LYNN DEE WEBER 
KENNETH C. WEBSTER 
RHONDA LYNN WEDDLE 
MARY WEIGEL 
MOLLY WEIGEL 
MARK WELLS 

346 Sophomores/Tho-Wel 



Lawrenceburg, KY 

Demossville, KY 

Irvine, KY 

Frankfort, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Bagdad, KY 



Somerset, KY 

Mt. Vernon, KY 

Danville, KY 

Mt, Vernon, KY 

Ludlow, KY 

Winfield, TN 



Owensboro, KY 

Barbourville, KY 

London, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Erazer, KY 

Lancaster, KY 



Georgetown, KY 

Naples, FL 

Flatwoods, KY 

McKee, KY 

Russell, KY 

Louisville, KY 



Fairdale, KY 

Beattyville, KY 

Beattyville, KY 

Wilmore, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Middletown, KY 



Catletlsburg, KY 

Glasgow, KY 

Beauty, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Beauty KY 

Harlan, KY 



Bimble, KY 

Irvine, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Oneida, KY 

Ashland, KY 

Van Lear, KY 



Dublin, OH 
Frankfort, KY 
Richmond, KY 
Somerset, KY 
Somerset, KY 
Louisville, KY 





SAMUEL A^ WESLEY 


Liberty, 


KY 


DEBORAH WEST 


Forest City, 


NC 


JENNIFER WESTERMAN 


Shepherdsville, 


KY 


SHARON WHALEN 


Pans, 


KY 


JAYNE WHEELER 


Harrodsburg, 


KY 


LUCINA WHELAN 


Vine Grove, 


KY 


DAVE WHITAKER 


Cincinnati, 


OH 


IILL WHITAKER 


Richmond, 


KY 


KAREN WHITAKER 


London, 


KY 


KEITH WHITAKER 


Elizabethtown, 


KY 


MARY WHITAKER 


Middlesboro. 


KY 


PAMELA WHITE 


Lexington, 


KY 


PAULA H. WHITE 


Irvine, 


KY 


STEVE WHITE 


Ft- Campbell, 


KY 


VANESSA WHITE 


Middlesboro, 


KY 


BOB WHITT 


Paintsville, 


KY 


DEBBIE WHITT 


Ashland. 


KY 


DANA WICKER 


Mousie, 


KY 


DEBBIE WIDMANN 


Cincinnati, 


OH 


DANNY WICCER 


■ort Benning, 


GA 


HELEN WICCER 


Donnelsville, 


OH 


AMY WILBER 


Lebanon, 


KY 


LONNIE WILDER 


Cubbage, 


KY 


LISA WILHAM 


Covington, 


KY 


lOHN D. WILKERSON 


Sardinia, 


OH 


CHARLENE WILLIAMS 


Flat Lick, 


KY 


FRANCES WILLIAMS 


May's Lick, 


KY 


REBECCA WILLIAMS 


Harlan, 


KY 


DONNA WILLIS 


Corbin, 


KY 


SUSAN WILLIS 


Shelbyville, 


KY 



ALBERTA GAYLE WILLOUCHBY Ow/ensville, KY 



DEBBIE WILSON 


Harrison, 


TN 


DEBBIE WILSON 


Springfield, 


OH 


LORI WILSON 


LaCrange, 


KY 


SHELIA RENEE WILSON 


Paint Lick, 


KY 


SHELLE WILSON 


Crawl'ordsville 


, IN 


WANDA WILSON 


Helton, 


KY 


lAMES G. WIMSATT 


Louisville, 


KY 


MARY jO WIMSATT 


Louisville, 


KY 


RALPH WIMSATT 


Louisville. 


KY 


DENISE WINKLER 


Irvine, 


KY 


CINDY WISE 


Richmond, 


KY 


SHERRY WISE 


Stamping Ground, 


KY 


YVONNE WISNICKY 


Hazard, 


KY 


ELIZABETH WITHERSPOON 


Harrodsburg, 


KY 


DENISE WIZOR 


Louisville. 


KY 


RENEE WOBLUM 


Girdler, 


KY 


CONNIE WOLFE 


Burlington, 


KY 


m Sophomores/Wes-Wol 


347 



Ann Algier 



"A teacher affects all eternity; she can never tell 
where her influence stops." H. B. Adams 

All professors exert a certain amount of influence 
over the students they teach. Some professors are 
forgotten as soon as their class is over; others continue 
to influence the lives of their students long after their 
students have left the classrooms of the university. 

Ann Algier is such a professor. She initiated the 
Learning Skills Program at Eastern. The Department of 
Learning Skills, like Mrs. Algier, is dedicated to helping 
students improve their reading and study skills. By 
helping her students improve their reading skills, Mrs. 
Algier is giving her students a gift they will never lose, 
the ability to read. This ability opens up the world to 
interested students. 

Currently, Mrs. Algier is adding to her responsibilities 
by serving as the editor of the current issue of a 
Sourcebook on Learning Assistance Centers from the 
University of California at Berkeley. 




DAVID WOLFF 

JENNI WOOD 

TERRY WOOD 

WARD WHITFORD WOOD 

WALTER SCOTT WOOSLEY 

JOHN WOOTON 



IIM WROBLESKI 
KRISTA L. WYRICK 
JACQUELINE YEARY 
GEORGE EDWARD YEASTE 
KAREN YORK 
lANET M. YOUNG 



JIM ZIEGELMEYER 
KIMBERLY ZIRNHELD 
PATTY ZOLLA 



Spring Valley, OH 

Bellbrook, OH 

Louisville, KY 

Bardstown, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Versailles, KY 



Dayton, KY 

New Paris, OH 

Aurora, IN 

Harrodsburg, KY 

Nicholasville, KY 

Raddiff, KY 



Ft. Mitchell, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Louisville, KY 



348 Sophomores/Wol-Zol 





MIKE ABBOTT 


Frankfort, KY 


ELAINE ABNEY 


Calhoun, KY 


JOHN LEONARD ABNEY 


Irvine, KY 


KENNETH ADKINS 


Harold, KY 


RANDAL ADKINS 


Paintsville, KY 


WANDA ALBERTSON 


Albany, KY 


NAWAL ALKHATAB 


Richmond, KY 


STACY ALLEN 


Albany, KY 


ROBIN A. ALLGEIER 


Louisville, KY 


WADE AMMERMAN 


Butler, KY 


SHERYL KAYE ANDERSON 


Winchester, KY 


TAMMIE ANDERSON 


Paris, KY 


THERESA L. ANDERSON 


Paris, KY 


ANCIE ANTON 


Shepherdsville, KY 


KIM ARINGTON 


Shelbyville, KY 


RONDA ARMSTRONG 


Winchester, KY 


SUZANNE ARNOLD 


Mason, OH 


BECKY ARRIENS 


Cincinnati, OH 


LARRY ARVIN 


Winston, KY 


DAVID ARVOLD 


Clearwater, FL 


VICKl ASHLEY 


Columbus, OH 


JAMES O. ATWOOD, |R- 


Munfordville, KY 


DANA DENISE BAHM 


Louisville, KY 


LISA BAILEY 


Louisville, KY 


ANGELA BAIRD 


Louisville, KY 


ANDY BAKER 


Mt. Sterling, KY 


RONNA BAKER 


Louisville, KY 


KIM BALL 


Harrison, IN 


BRIAN T BALLARD 


Harrodsburg, KY 


TODD BALLARD 


Berea, KY 


CONNIE BALLINCER 


McKee, KY 


KATHY BARGO 


Cray, KY 


KIM BARKER 


Paris, KY 


TERRY L. BARKER 


Burlington, KY 


DEBBIE BARNEY 


Portsmouth, OH 


MICHAEL KEVIN BARRETT 


Ft. Thomas, KY 


DALE ALLAN BARTLETT 


Stamping Ground, KY 


LISA BAUMGARDENER 


LaGrange, KY 


lACKIE BEARDEN 


Edgewood, KY 


BRENT BELL 




BETH BELLANCE 


Maysville, KY 


BRYAN BEMISS 


Frankfort, KY 


CATHERINE BERGER 


Nicholasville, KY 


)UNE A. BERNARD 


Jamestown, KY 


MELANIE BIRCH 


Winchester, KY 


CAROL BISHOP 


Winchester, KY 


PAM BISPING 


Richmond, KY 


HAROLD DAVID BLACKBURN Lexington, KY 


Freshmen/Abb-BIa 349 



NANCY E. BLACKWELL 
SHONNA BLACKWELL 
KIMBERLY BLANKENSHIP 
BETH K. BLANTON 
|AY BLANTON 
DELLA BLEVINS 



TODD BLEVINS 
lUDY BLOEMKER 
MICHELLE BOLDUC 
TON)A BOLLINGER 
lULIA A. BOLTON 
MARY ANN BONNY 



KATHY BOONE 
PAUL T BORDER 
DEE DEE BORN 
STEPHEN BOYD 
WILLIE L. BOYD 
CHRIS BRADLEY 



Ml. Sterling, KY 

Danville, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Irvin, KY 

Grayson, KY 



Cumberland, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Louisville, KY 

Kettering, OH 

Kettering, OH 

Berea, KY 



Louisville, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Melbourne, KY 

Hamilton, OH 

Owingsville, KY 

Philpot, KY 



MAUREEN SHANNON BRADY 
j. ERIC BRANDENBURG 
NANCY SUSAN BRANDENBURG 
RENEE BRANDENBURG 
LOIS BRAUNAGEL 
NANCY BRENNAN 



DEEDEE BREWER 
LUCY BREWER 
KIMBERLY A. BRINDLE 
)OYCE BRITT 
BRUCE BROCK 
DENA BROCK 



Louisville, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Pebworth, KY 

Irvine, KY 

Milford, OH 

Clearwater, FL 



Louisville, KY 
Louisville, KY 
LaGrange, KY 

Lexington, KY 
Calvin, KY 



SANDRA BROCK 
LILSHELL BROOKER 
DANA BROOKS 
KARIN BROUGHTON 
DAVID BROWN 
DEBRA BROWN 



DONYA BROWN 
LOREN ALLEN BROWN 
PAMELA A. BROWN 
MARTHA A. BRYANT 
SUSAN L, BRYANT 
MARY BUCHANAN 



Hulen, KY 

Fort Wright, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Noctor, KY 

Henderson, KY 



Brodhead, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Barbourville, KY 

Danville, KY 

Campbellsville, KY 

Russell, KY 



MARK BUNCH 


Versailles, KY 


W^ 


MAUREEN BUNCER 


Louisville, KY 


W^^ 


DONNA BURGH 


Louisville, KY 


v*s7 


RODNEY G. BURGH 


Middlesboro, KY 


\S^ 


JEFF BURNETT 


Louisville, KY 


w 


RAM BURNS 


Oneida, KY 





350 Freshmen/Blo-Bur 





Dr. Ralph Ewers 

A spelunker is a person whose hobby is exploring 
caves. A geologist is a scientist whose field of study is 
rocks. If you put the two together you get a person 
who is interested in rocks in caves. You also get Dr. 
Ralph Ewers, professor of geology. 

This fascination with caves has led Dr. Ewers to 
places throughout the world. Among the places he has 
visited are England and Wales, Ireland, Switzerland and 
Poland. He has also visited caves in Canada and the 
United States, with a record of travels and explorations 
in the Rocky Mountains in the Northwest United 
States. 

According to Dr. Ewers, "All rocks have a story to 
tell us about the earth." According to his students, ail 
Dr. Ewers have a story to tell us about rocks. In his 
enthusiasm to let people know about rocks and what 
rocks can tell us about the history of the planet, Dr. 
Ewers has been known to make a desk-top his forum. 
On at least one occasion he has attracted the attention 
of students by walking back and forth on top of his 
desk. 






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PAMELA SUE BURTON 

DIANA CAIN 
GEORGE A. CALDWELL 
KIM CALDWELL 
CAYLYNN CALKIN 
TERESA CANN 



GLENDON CARLTON 
LISA CAYE CARRENDER 
SALLY L. CASE 
NORMA CASEY 
lACKIE CASON 
STACIE CATLETT 



ELIZABETH I. CHAMBERS 
KAY CHANDLER 
SUSAN CHANDLER 
CATHY CHEROL 
TERESA ). CHOATE 
JENNIFER CHRISTIAN 



RANDALL S. CHRISTOPHER 
ANNIE CLARK 
DAVID T CLARK 
DEIDRE CLARK 
LISA CLARK 
TARA CLARK 



Oxford, OH 

Owensboro, KY 

New York City, NY 

Florence, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Beattyville, KY 



Lawrenceburg, KY 
Monticello, KY 
Centerville, OH 

Lawrenceburg, KY 

Covington, KY 

Frankfort, KY 



Zoe, KY 
Kettering, OH 
Cincinnati, OH 
Louisville, KY 
Clay City, KY 
Lancaster, KY 



Irvine, KY 

Simpsonville, KY 

Frankfort, KY 

Bardstown, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Shelbyville, KY 



Freshmen/Buc-CIa 351 



THOMAS C. CLARK 


Richmond, 


KY 


LORI CLARK 


Leitchfield, 


KY 


SANDRA R. CLAWSON 


Rockholds 


KY 


SHARON MICHELE CLAY 


Louisville 


KY 


DOUG CLENDENEN 


Cincinnati, 


OH 


DIANE CLINE 


Morganfield 


KY 


DAVID CLUTTS 


Evarts, 


KY 


KAREN COCHRAN 


Lebanon, 


OH 


TAMMY COFFEY 


Mt. Vernon 


KY 


CAROL COFFMAN 


Richmond 


KY 


NANCY COLEMAN 


Louisville 


KY 


jUANITA COLLIER 


Kite 


KY 



BECKY COLLINS 


Hazard, 


KY 


KIM COLLINS 


Cynthiana, 


KY 


CHRIS COMBS 


Ermine, 


KY 


RECINA E, COOMER 


Somerset, 


KY 


MARY DIANE CORBETT 


Louisville, 


KY 


CLARISSA COWAN 


London, 


KY 



TIM COWHIG 
PATRICIA COX 
ROBIN COX 
SHARON R. COX 
TERRI ). COX 
VICTORIA COX 



MERLYNNE U. COY 
LISA CRADLER 
YVONNE CRAIG 
LAURA CRAWFORD 
JUNE CRENSHAW 
SHERRY CROLEY 



EULENE CROSS 
TONY R. CROWDER 
JIMMY GRUME 
DAVID ALAN CRUMP 
AMY CULLEN 
ELIZABETH CUMMINS 



LENETTE DAILEY 
lANNITA DALE 
DENICE D, DANIELS 
KATHLEEN DARST 
TRACY DAVIDSON 
DELPHIA DAVIS 



KIM DAVIS 
KERRY SUSAN DAVIS 
TERESA DAVIS 
ANDREA DECKER 
MELISSA DEEL 
MARIA DEFILIPPO 

352 Freshmen/Cla-Def 



Stone Ml., GA 

Miracle, KY 

Corbin, KY 

Versailles, KY 

Covington, KY 

Villa Hills, KY 



Elizabethtown, KY 

Aurora, IN 

Danville, KY 

Danville, KY 

New Castle, KY 

Barbourville, KY 



Cincinnati, OH 
Louisville, KY 

Bardstown, KY 

Winchester, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Somerset, KY 



Richmond, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Louisville, KY 

Pendleton, KY 
Louisville, KY 



Park Hills, KY 

Monticello, KY 

Harrodsburg, KY 

Somerset, KY 

Forest Hills, KY 

Weirton, WV 













TINA MARIA DEVERS 
CHARLOTTE DEVROOMEN 
BECKY DICK 
lEFFERY D. DOBBS 
CATHY JOHN DORTON 
SHERI DOSTER 



)OE DOUGLAS 
JEFF DOWNEY 
BENITA DOYLE 
SANDI DOYLE 
NANCY LEE DREIER 
DEBORAH ANN DUER 



KARA DUMMER 

M. KRISTIN DUNCAN 

MIKE DUNCAN 

DALE E. DURBIN 

JOAN DUVALL 

MARY CATHERINE DYE 



LEO DYEHOUSE 

BILL ECKLER 

TRACEY L. EDMONDSON 

CARMEN B. EDWARDS 

CINDY EGLIAN 

TAMMY ELKINS 



CINA ELLIOTT 
SUSAN ESTES 
RENEE ETHERINGTON 
RITA EVANS 
STEPHANIE FALK 
KAREN FARMER 



ROBERT DEAN FAULKNER, )R. 

R. CATHLEEN FEAGAN 

DIANE FEGER 

ELLEN FIGLESTAHLER 

DAVE FISHER 

CANDICE ANNETTE FITCH 



JENNIFER FITZGERALD 
REGINA FITZGERALD 
NAOMI K, FONDA 
lENNIFER FORAKER 
TREV FORD 
LINDA FOREMAN 



Russell Springs, KY 

Williamslown, KY 

Pineville, KY 

Monticello, KY 

Winchester, KY 

Louisville, KY 



Prospect, KY 

Bethlehem, KY 

Shepardsville, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Lexington, KY 



Louisville, KY 
Milford, OH 
Louisville, KY 
Brandenburg, KY 
Lexington, KY 
Stanford, KY 



Crab Orchard, KY 

Irvine, KY 

Salvisa, KY 

Parksville, KY 

Ft. Thomas, KY 

Booneville, KY 



Stanford, KY 

Owenton, KY 

Winchester, KY 

Mt. Vernon, KY 

Taylorsville, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 



Union, KY 

Demossville, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Sciotoville, OH 

Hamilton, OH 

Richmond, KY 



Burnside, KY 

Owenton, KY 

Radcliff, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Louisville, KY 

Louisville, KY 



DONNA FOSTER 
lULIE FOSTER 
KAREN FAYE FOUTS 
)IM FRANKLIN 
DALE FREEMAN 
LISA FROST 



Richmond, KY 

LaGrange, KY 

London, KY 

Cynthiana, KY 

Lawrenceburg, KY 

Harrodsburg, KY 



Freshmen /Dev-Fro 353 



JAMES CAMBREL 
PATTI CANIM 
MARK CARBACK 
MELISSA GILBERT 
PENNY GILBERT 
KATHRYN GILES 



PAMELA I. CILLILAND 
AMY GILREATH 
lANET M. GLADSTONE 
ANGIE GLATTHAAR 
NANCY GOCKEL 
DORSEY I GOOD, |R. 



)OAN COODE 
RHONDA GOODMAN 
TAMMY GOODWIN 
|. D. GRABOWSKI 
KAREN BETH GRAESE 
EMMETT GRAFT 



lULIE ANN GRAHAM 
KATHY GRAHAM 
MARY BETH GRAHAM 
MELINDA GRAY 
BEVERLY |. GREEN 
ROBIN GREENE 



Pineville, KY 
Charleston, WV 
Frankfort, KY 
Lebanon, OH 
Louisville, KY 
Louisville, KY 



Somerset, KY 

Church Hill, TN 

West LaFayette, OH 

Ft. Thomas, KY 

Dayton, OH 

Owensboro, KY 



Frankfort, KY 
Fort Wright, KY 
Bardstovk'n, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Radcliffe, KY 
Louisville, KY 



Westerville, KY 

Albany, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Paintsville, KY 

Paris, KY 

Winchester, KY 



MARLENE GREER 


Corbin, 


KY 


BRIGITT YVETTE GRIFFIN 


Louisville, 


KY 


JOHNNY GRIFFITH 


Wooton, 


KY 


LUCRETIA SHAWNTE CUE 


Louisville, 


KY 


RANDY GUFFEY 


Albany, 


KY 


lAMES C. GUNTER 


Irvine, 


KY 



BOB GUTHIER 
LORI HAAKE 
MARY ANN HACK 
SHERRY L. HACKER 
ANITA HACAN 
LAQUATA G, HACAN 



MARTHA ANNE HALL 
SCOTT HALL 
LISA A. HAMMOND 
SUSIE HAMPTON 
MARK T HANSFORD 
lAMIE RENE HARDGROVE 



JENNIFER DEE HARDIMAN 
LINDA KAYE HARGROVE 
TOM HARLAGE 
BRADLEY RAY HARLOW 
KIMBERLY HARLOW 
TERRI HARMON 



354 Freshmen/Cam-Har 



Bellevue, KY 

Taylor Mill, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Winchester, KY 

Louisville, KY 



Owensboro, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Kettering, OH 

Barbourville, KY 

Liberty, KY 

Danville, KY 



Winchester, KY 

Crawfordsville, IN 

Louisville, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Danville, KY 

Nicholasville, KY 





Dr. Doug Hindman 

"The sun setting over the pine trees, the smell of 
fresh fish cooking, the sound of water lapping against 
canoes ..." 

Jhe beginning of a poem? Actually, it's just a descrip- 
tion of some of the favorite things of Dr. Douglas 
Hindman, professor of psychology. Dr. Hindman is a 
member of the Sierra Club, the nation's oldest and 
largest environmental group. Dr. Hindman is currently 
vice-chairman of the Cumberland Chapter of the Sier- 
ra Club. The Sierra Club is for those people who love 
nature and have an interest in preserving and protect- 
ing nature. 

An environmental activist. Dr. Hindman worked to 
stop the building of a dam at Red River Gorge, one of 
Kentucky's most beautiful natural areas. Dr. Hindman 
has taken the Explorers Club, as well as his wife and 
daughter, over the trails that run through the Gorge. 

And yet his love of nature doesn't stop here. Not 
only does he work to preserve the beauty of nature for 
others, he works to increase it for himself by raising 
orchids. 




SANDY HARRIS 


Paris, 


KY 


LISA HARRISON 


Irvine, 


KY 


ABDULCADIR HASKI 


Richmond, 


KY 


HOLLY HATFIELD 


Harlan, 


KY 


)EFF HAWK 


Somerset, 


KY 


JACQUELINE BROOKE HAY 


Monticello, 


KY 



MARY LEIGH HAYDEN 
CINDY HAYES 
CLAUDIA HAZLETT 
TERRI ). HEAD 
AGGIE HEARN 
KIRSTEN HEATH 



LISA A. HEINZE 
DANA HELM 
REGINA HENDERSON 
)AMIE HENDRICK 
ELISE HENDRICKSON 
ALICIA HENNESSEY 



ELIZABETH HENSLEY 
STEVE HERZOC 
LINDA HETTINGER 
DIANNE E. HICKMAN 
SHERRY KAY HICKS 
LISA HILDRETH 



Middletown, KY 

Wilmington, OH 

Louisville, KY 

Bardstown, KY 

Ghent, KY 

Northville, Ml 



Prestonsburg, KY 
Bradfordsville, KY 
Georgetown, KY 
Big Stone Cap, VA 
Pewee Valley, KY 
Augusta, KY 



Paint Lick, KY 

Raddiff, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Lebanon lunction, KY 

Williamstov/n, KY 

Edgewood, KY 



Freshmen/Har-Hil 355 



TAMMY HILL 
LUANN HINTON 
MARILYN HOFFMAN 
KATRINA HOGAN 
ANA HOCREFE 
DAVID HOLCOMB 



lENNIFER S. HOLIDAY 
MARK HOLMES 
SHERREE HONCHELL 
CURTIS L. HOPKINS 
SUSAN HOPPER 
lAMES H. HORN 



DELIA HOSKINS 
LESLIE I HOSKINS 
MARY HOSKINS 
lACQUELINE HOWELL 
DEBORAH M. HUCKABY 
STEVE HUESINC 



DELISA HUGHES 
MELANIE HUGHES 
TERESA HULSEY 
ERIC HUMPHREY 
TERESA HUNT 
WANDA HUNT 



lEANNE HURT 
MARK HURTE 
TAMMY HUTCHISON 
MICHELLE IMEL 
JOSEPH INGLE 
SANDY INGRAM 



Louisville, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Louisville, OH 

Waynesville, OH 

Sandusky, OH 

South Portsmouth, KY 



Beattyville, KY 

Louisville, KY 

London, KY 

Corbin, KY 

Monticello, KY 

Inez, KY 



Pineville, KY 

Maitland, FL 

Liberty, KY 

Naples, FL 

Russell Springs, KY 

Burlington, KY 



Bardstown, KY 

Pleasureville, KY 

Beaver Dam, KY 

Louisa, KY 

Danville, KY 

Lexington, KY 



Somerset, KY 

Lancaster, KY 

Columbia, KY 

Pleasureville, KY 

Spnngfield, OH 

Ravenna, KY 



BOUAVANH INTHAVONC 
DEBBIE ISAAC 
PENNY A. ISAACS 
REGINA ISOM 
SHARON ISREAL 
AHMED lAMA 



RICHELLE A. lENKINS 
IIMMY JOHNSON 
KIM lOHNSON 
SHARON lOHNSON 
DOUG lOHNSTON 
MARY ANN JOHNSTOI ' 



TERRI JONES 
ANGELA C JONES 
PAULA KAY lONES 
PAULA L. JONES 
SHERRY G, JONES 
ZACHARY S. JORDAN 

356 Freshmen/HiJ-Jor 



Stanford, KY 

South Charleston, WV 

McKee, KY 

Manchester, KY 

Tipp City, OH 

Richmond, KY 



Wilmington, OH 

Paris, KY 

Catlettsburg, KY 

Alexandria, KY 

Lancaster, KY 

Vine Grove, KY 



Campbellsville, KY 

Berea, KY 

Stanton, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Raddiff, KY 

Florence, KY 





ELVIN lOSEPH 
DAVID LEE )USTICE 
GARY WAYNE KAIL 
BRIAN KALMER 
LINDA KAUTZ 
ANNA KEELING 



WENDY KEELTY 
DENISE KEENAN 
LINDA KEHL 
JILL KEI5ER 
DEBBIE KELLEY 
CINDY KELSEY 



lOHN BRADFORD KEMPER 
RICKY KEY 
ANGELA KILCALLIN 
TONI SUZETTE KINCAID 
TIM KINCER 
TERRI KING 



MARCO KINZER 
SLATE KIRK 
STEPHANIE D. kISKER 
lEFF KISSINGER 
MARY GENE KLEIN 
ANGELA KLOEKER 



DOCIA KNEZEVICH 
JENNIFER KOHLS 
NANCY KOOP 
SUSAN M. KRAFT 
CONNIE KRAMP 
ROBERT KRAMP 



REBECCA M. KRAUSE 
STACIE KUHN 
MELANIE LAIRD 
CHRISTOPHER R. LAMB 
DONNA LANCASTER 
KAY LANCASTER 



PAMELA M. LATHREM 
DEANNA LAW 
CHRISTY LAWSON 
lOSEPH E. LAWSON 
GLORIA I. LEAKE 
CHRISTY R, LEE 



JENNIFER LEE 
MELANIE LEHMAN 
CINA LENTINI 
VINCE LEOPOLD 
BRENDA LEWIS 
DEBORAH LEWIS 



Wooton, KY 
Flat Rock, Ml 
Radcliff, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Cincinnati, OH 
Louisville, KY 



Union Lake, Ml 

Stone, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Cleves, OH 

Somerset, KY 

Russell Springs, KY 



Midway, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Catlettsburg, KY 

Beattyville, KY 

Elsmere, KY 

Harrodsburg, KY 



Cincinnati, OH 
Cincinnati, OH 
Ft. Thomas, KY 
Columbus, OH 
Louisville, KY 
Independence, KY 



Louisville, KY 
Cincinnati, OH 

Elsmere, KY 
Alexandria, KY 

Danville, KY 

Danville, KY 



Louisville. KY 

Tipp City, OH 

Winchester, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Vine Grove, KY 

Georgetown, KY 



Versailles, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Whitley City, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Raywick, KY 
Louisville, KY 



Albany, KY 

Covington, KY 

Shelbyville, KY 

Bellevue, KY 

fieorgetown, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 



Freshmen /|os-Lew 357 



RON B. LIEBERMANN 
ANN LINDERMAN 
KIM LINK 
KAREN LINTON 
LEE ANN LITTLE 
STAGEY LITTRELL 



CHRISTI LOANE 
MARILYN |. LONDEREE 
C. TIMOTHY LONG 
MELANIE A. LONG 
REGINA LONG 
VICKI LOVE 



BECKY LUCAS 
STEVEN C. LUTTRELL 
AMY J. LYNCH 
RUTH ANN LYNN 
SANDRA MADDEN 
CHARLES |. MAGCARD 



SHANNON K. MALONEY 
BRENDA MANNING 
ALLEN MARCUM 
ANITA LOUISE MARCUM 
lOIEDENE MARCUM 
TAMMY |0 MARCUM 



CANNA )0 MARTIN 
DEBORAH GAIL MARTIN 
JOHN MARTIN 
lOHN MARTIN 
DIXIE MASON 
lENNY MASON 



CARRIE ANN MAY 
CARRIE M. MAY 
LORA MAY 
LAYNE MAYARD 
SANDRA MCCLANAHAN 
BETH MCCOUN 



KATHY MCDANIEL 
LEE MCDEVITT 
MARY RUTH MCCILL 
DALE E. MCCONICLE 
GREG MCCRATH 
COLLEEN MCCRADY 



DENISE MCKEE 
DAN MCLAUGHLIN 
LISA SUSAN MCMANUS 
KATHLEEN M. MCNEIL 
PATTI MCNEIL 
TANYA MCWHORTER 

358 Freshmen Lie-McN 



Louisville, KY 
Louisville, KY 

V^illiamstown, KY 
Lebanon, OH 

Middletown, OH 
Ft. Mitchell, KY 



Harrodsburg, KY 

Charleston, WV 

Louisville, KY 

Irvine, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Louisville, KY 



Eminence, KY 

Berea, KY 

Charleston, WV 

Georgetown, KY 

Clay City, KY 

Clarksville, OH 



Medway, OH 

Bellevue, KY 

Corbin, KY 

Winchester, KY 

London, KY 

McKee, KY 



Corbin, KY 

Versailles, KY 

Oak Ridge, TN 

Paintsville, KY 

Danville, KY 

Owingsville, KY 



Danville, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Salyersville, KY 

Ashland, KY 

Pikeville, KY 

Eminence, KY 



Covington, KY 

Elizabethtown, KY 

LaCrange, KY 

Clay City, KY 

Burgin, KY 

Tipp City, OH 



Flemingsburg, KY 

Eminence, KY 

Kendall Park, N| 

Louisville, KY 

Corbin, KY 

Hustonville, KY 



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Dr. jerry joyner 



Grown men shouldn't play with toys — but that 
doesn't mean they can't make them. 

Dr. Jerry Joyner of the Industrial Education and Tech- 
nology Department has become a bit of a celebrity 
with his expertly crafted toy cars and trucks that he 
constructs out of wood in his spare time. A catalog is 
currently being prepared to show examples of his 
more than 30 different designs of toys. 

Possessing a good sense of humor, Dr. Joyner enjoys 
good-natured ribbing from his friends. However, he 
has never forgotten his primary goal to make his stu- 
dents achieve more than they think they can. He takes 
almost as much pride in a student's accomplishments 
as does the student. His office is decorated with pho- 
tographs and sketches of students' work. 

A past recipient of the Outstanding Teacher award, 
Dr. Joyner candidly summed up his work in one 
thought — that if given a choice of this job or any 
other, he wouldn't do anything else. 





JENNIFER MEADE 


Richmond, KY 


KELLY L. MEADORS 


Goshen, KY 


IGHNDA L. MEADOWS 


Greenup, KY 


lEFFREY MEDDINCS 


Paintsville, KY 


BEN A. MEISENHEIMER 


Richmond, KY 


STEPHANIE MEREDITH 


Louisville, KY 


PHYLLIS MERRY 


Palmyra, IN 


TIM MEYER 


Ft. Mitchell, KY 


lULIE MICK 


Louisville, KY 


SHERRY MIKLIES 


McCarr, KY 


KIM MILBURN 


Harrodsburg, KY 


KEVIN ). MILLER 


Dayton, KY 


MARK MILLER 


Mt. Olive, KY 


TAMMY )0 MILLER 


Shelbyville, KY 


BECKY MIRACLE 


Pinesville, KY 


LANA I MIRACLE 


Corbin, KY 


SUSAN MIRACLE 


Pineville, KY 


EVELYN MITCHELL 


Paintsville, KY 


DAVID MOLONY 


Villa Hills, LY 


CAROL MONTGOMERY 


Shelbyville, KY 


WILLIAM KELLY MONTGOMERY 


• Maysville, KY 


DEANA MOORE 


Arcanum, OH 


NEVILLE LANDON MOORE 


Frankfort, KY 


LISA MORELAND 


Louisville, KY 


Freshmen/Mea-Mor 359 



MITZI LORENE MORGAN 
DAWN MORELL 
TINA MORRIS 
LORI A, MOSELY 
AMY MOSLEY 
JOHN D. MULLINS 



SHERRI MURRAY 
CHRISTIE MUSS 
CLIFFORD NAPIER 
lANIE ELLEN NEAL 
PAMELA ). NEAL 
WOODY NEAL 



SANDRA RACHEL NEEF 
DEBBIE NEELD 
MARSHA NECLEY 
KIMBERLY NEWPORT 
APRIL B. NICHOLAS 
KAREN A, NICKEY 



LISA NORDHEIM 
TRACY NORTHCUTT 
MAUREEN E. O'CARA 
ROBERT O'NEIL 
TIM O'ROURKE 
HYMAN OAKS, |R 



MICHELLE M, OBRYAN 
BILL OLIVER 
CAROLYN OSBORNE 
KAY OSBORNE 
DAWN L. OSCHWALD 
PAMELA S. OVERTON 



CRYSTAL FAYE OWENS 
lAMI MICHELLE OWENS 
TAMMY S. OWENS 
KEITH R. PAIGE 
TERESA PARHAM 
DOUGLAS PARIS 



JENNIFER PASLEY 
TINA PATSIAVOS 
REBECCA LYNN PEACE 
ANN L, PECK 
LINDA PELZ 
LISA PENCE 



BECKY PENDERGEST 
ANETTE PEQUIGNOT 
LOIS PERKINS 
RICKY PETERS 
CHRISTOPHER S. PHILLIPS 
STEVE PIGG 

360 Freshmen/Mor-Pig 



London, KY 

Lawrenceburg, KY 

Charleston, WV 

Lexington, KY 

Hyden, KY 

Albany, KY 



New Paris, OH 

West Point, KY 

Danville, KY 

Harrodsburg, KY 

Stanton, KY 

Louisville, KY 



Louisville, KY 

Fern Creek, KY 

La Center, KY 

Pineville, KY 

Somerset, KY 

Louisville, KY 



Cincinnati, OH 
Prospect, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Frankfort, KY 
Louisville, KY 
leffersonville, KY 



Louisville, KY 

Lancaster, KY 

Sevierville, TN 

Owenton, KY 

Versailles, KY 

Cay lay, KY 



Louisville, KY 

Winchester, KY 

Liberty, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Harrodsburg, KY 

Louisville, KY 



Carrollton, KY 

Van Wert, OH 

Pineville, KY 

Paris, KY 

leffersontown, KY 

Louisville, KY 



Smithville, KY 

Springfield, OH 

Quincy, KY 

East Bernstadt, KY 

Baltimore, MD 

Lexington, KY 









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KATHERiNE A PITTS 


Winchester, KY 


TERESA PLACKE 


Somerset, KY 


RENEE PLUMMER 


Edgewood. KY 


DAVID K. POPE 


Wilmore, KY 


GRACE POWELL 


Louisville, KY 


lEANETTE POWELL 


Dayton, Ohio 


PATSY POWELL 


Ravenna, KY 


STEVE PRATHER 


leflersontovvn, KY 


MAGGIE PRICE 


Pewee Valley, KY 


W TIMOTHY PRICE 


Shepherdsville, KY 


MARC SHANE PRINCE 


Grayson, KY 


CINDY PROCTOR 


Shelbyville, KY 


LISA FAY PROP 


Cincinnati, OH 


SUSAN PULLEM 


Russell, KY 


CHARLENE PUTZ 


Tvi/insburg, OH 


ANGELA PYLE 


Lexington, KY 


APRIL RAFFIGNONE 


Hillsboro, IN 


NATHANIEL RACLAND 


Winchester, KY 


KAREN RALLY 


Louisville, KY 


WILLIAM M. RANDOLPH 


Henderson, KY 


TERRI RATLIFF 


Middletown, OH 


PAMELA REECE 


Richmond, KY 


SANDRA KAYE REECE 


Beattyville, KY 


lANE REES 


Lexington, KY 


SANDY LYNN REESE 


Beattyville, KY 


CHARLOTTE REICHENBACH 


Stanford, KY 


ROBERT REID 


Louisville. KY 


BETH REYNOLDS 


Prospect, KY 


PATSY REYNOLDS 


Wilmington, OH 


STEVE RHODUS 


Richmond, KY 


LIBBY RICHARDSON 


Terrace Park, OH 


BRENT RICHERT 


Mt. Vernon, OH 


MIKE RICKE 


Irvine, KY 


CAROLE SUSAN RIDCLEY 


Richmond, KY 


KIM RIEF 


Louisville, KY 


DAVID RIGCLE 


Cynthiana, KY 


MARY ANN ROARK 


Happy, KY 


TIM ROBBINS 


Stanford, KY 


CHRISTINE ROBERTS 


Kings Park, NY 


DOROTHY ROBERTS 


Eminence, KY 


GEORGE ROBERTS 


Forest Hills, KY 


lENNIFER S. ROBERTS 


Brodhead, KY 


SHARON ROBERTS 


Burnside, KY 


ELIZABETH ROGERS 


LaGrange, KY 


MICHELE ROGERS 


Campbellville, KY 


SUSAN CLARK ROSE 


Paris, KY 


MALINDA ROSS 


Ashland, KY 


MELINDA ROWLETTE 


Berea, KY 


Freshmen/Plt-Row 361 



AMY RUNYAN 
JENNIE L. RUSSELL 
KATHLENE M, RUTLEDCE 
TRACEY RUTLEDCE 
KAREN SABAD 
MARY L. SALSMAN 



KEITH SAMMONS 
EVE SANDERS 
MIMI R. SANDERS 
RECINA SANDERS 
MELISSA SARAKATSANNIS 
STEVE N. SATTERFIELD 



RON SAYLOR 

LISA SCHAFTLEIN 
)ILL SCHELLINC 
MICHAEL SCHLANSER 
PATSY SCHNITZLER 
KATHLEEN SCHULZE 



RODNEY SCOTT 
HOPE E. SEBASTIAN 
QUEENIE SEMBILLO 
BETHANY SENZER 
)IM SHANK 
DONNA B. SHARPE 



lUDY K. SHAVER 
TAMMY SHAW 
PATTY SHELLEY 
MAR)ORIE F. SHIVEL 
MIKE SHOVER 
BRENDA SIMPSON 



Cincinnati, OH 
Ashland, KY 

Shelbyville. KY 
Lexington, KY 
Lexington, KY 

Bardstown, KY 



Forest Hills, KY 

Prestonsburg, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Nicholasville, KY 

Ft. Thomas, KY 

Corbin, KY 



Convoy, OH 

Louisville, KY 

Hillsboro, OH 

Cincinnati, OH 

Waynesburg, KY 

West Chester, OH 



Winchester, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Nicholasville, KY 

Bensalen, PA 

Richmond, KY 

Monticello, KY 



Shelbyville, KY 

Xenia, OH 

Albany, KY 

Brodhead, KY 

South Shore, KY 

Bardstown, KY 



JENNY SINCLAIR 


Louisville, KY 


TINA SINGER 


Louisville, KY 


STACYLEA SIPTROTT 


Owensboro, KY 


KEVIN DOUGLAS SIZEMORE 


Richmond, KY 


MONA SIZEMORE 


Paint Lick, KY 


ANTHONY SKACGS 


Louisville, KY 


SHARON KAY SKAGCS 


Shively, KY 


MARY SKIRVIN 


Frankfort, KY 


ANNETTE SLATER South Williamson, KY 


KATHY SLONE 


Ashland, KY 


ROSS P SMALLWOOD 


Louisville, KY 


ANN SMITH 


Graham, KY 


ANTHONY SMITH 


Corbin, KY 


CARLA SMITH 


Hillsboro, OH 


CATHERINE S. SMITH 


Naperville, IL 


CONSTANCE SMITH 


Hamilton, OH 


DONALD R. SMITH 


Richmond, KY 


FRANCES LAUNA SMITH 


Ranson, KY 


362 Freshmen/Run-Smi 






While most people complain about the phone com- 
pany, Dr. Robert Grise of the College of Education 
thanks it. Without it, he would have a very hard time 
following his hobby — collecting old telephones. 

He became interested in collecting telephones as an 
extension of his interest in telephone history. His col- 
lection ranges from an old switchboard originally used 
in Rockcastle County to different models of wall and 
desk units. Some of his phones have appeared in plays, 
while others have become parts of museum displays. 
Several of his old battery phones have reentered ser- 
vice in a western Kentucky at his church's family camp- 
ing site. 

Dr. Grise, his friends, and his relatives all add to his 
collection by frequenting antique shops and flea mar- 
kets. His hobby has led him to give speeches and 
demonstrations to civic dubs and schools. 

The one-room Granny Richardson Springs School is 
another hobby for Dr. Grise. He has led numerous 
tours through the building located on Kit Carson Drive, 
and is always on the lookout for items of interest 
which could be displayed there. 



Dr. Robert Grise 





FREDERICA D. SMITH 


Lexington, KY 


lAMES OLLIE SMITH 


Belfry, KY 


)ILL SMITH 


Ml. Hermon, KY 


lOHNNIE SMITH 


Olive Hill, KY 


lUDY SMITH 


Lucasville, OH 


LORRAINE SMITH 


Kettering, OH 


MONICA C^ SMITH 


Clearwater, FL 


NORMAN SMITH 


Stanford, KY 


STACY SMITH 


Louisville, KY 


lEFFERY SOWERS 


Hebroi, KY 


CATHY SPALDING 


Louisville, KY 


ELLIOTT SPEAKS 


Florence, KY 


DIANA SPENCE 


Virgie, KY 


DONNA SPENCE 


Virgie, KY 


ANGELA SPENCER 


Frankfort, KY 


GINA SPRAGGS 


Lexington, KY 


SUSAN K. SPURR 


Carrollton, KY 


DANA N. STAMPER 


Winchester, KY 


PAUL G. STAMPS 


Richmond, KY 


PATRICK LEWIS ST. CLAIR 


Williamsburg, VA 


KAREN )0 STEELE 


Winchester, KY 


LAURA M. STEELE 


Bellbrook, OH 


ELIZABETH STEPHENS 


Whitley City, KY 




Freshmen/Smi-Ste 363 



SHERRIE STEPP 
JENNIFER STILWELL 
DEBBIE STIRNEMANN 
TERESA STOCKMAN 
lOHN D. STONE 
ROBIN A. STOTTS 



PATRICIA STOVER 
LISA STRADER 
lACQUELINE STRAIN 
SANDY STRUCK 
IILL STUMP 
CHARLIE SUTKAMP 



MARK SUTTON 
SHERRY LISA SWAFFORD 
CHERYL SWANSON 
BRENDA KAY SWAUCER 
LISA SWILLINGER 
VICKIE TALBOTT 



MARESA TAYLOR 
MARGARET ANN TAYLOR 
KELLY TERWILLIGER 
lANET LEE THOMAS 
lAMES THOMPSON 
jAY THOMPSON 



NEIL THOMPSON 
ION THORNSBURY 
DOUG THORPE 
ALICIA TINBERG 
SHIRLEY A. TOBE 
BRENTT TOOLE 



SCOTT TORBET 
LEE ANNE TRIBBLE 
KIM TRIVETTE 
MARIE TURK 
BONNIE TURNER 
JEANNEAN TURNER 



Irvine, KY 

Elizabethtown, KY 

Cleves, OH 

Racliff, KY 

Ft Thomas, KY 

Louisville, KY 



Albany, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Greenwich, CT 

Louisville, KY 

Phelps, KY 

Bellevue, KY 



Frankfort, KY 

Barbourville, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Louisville. KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Albany, KY 



Turner Station, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Winchester, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Frankfort, KY 



Valley Station, KY 

Augusta, KY 

Irvine, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Jeffersontown, KY 

Somerset, KY 



Lima, OH 

Richmond, KY 

Corbin, KY 

Ft, Knox, KY 

Minford, OH 

Middletown, OH 



LESLEY TURNER 


Louisville, KY 


LISA TURNER 


Ashland, KY 


LYNETTE TURNER 


Paris, KY 


THOMAS TYE 


Naples, FL 


DAVID UPDIKE 


Frankfort, KY 


PAMELA UPTON 


Stanford, KY 



lAY R. VALERIO 
PATRICIA M. VANCE 
PHIL VANHOOSE 
LESLIE VANOVER 
TINA M. VINCENT 
SHARON L. WACGY 

364 Freshmen/Ste-Wag 



Cincinnati, OH 
Louisville, KY 
Paintsville, KY 
Closplint, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Charleston, WV 





NANCY WALKUP 
KIM R. WALL 
KELLYE P. WALLER 
ESTHER WALLING 
DARRIN WALLINCFORD 
JENNIFER WALTERS 



SHERRI ANN WATKOWSKI 
MELISSA ANN WEBB 
TAWANA WEBB 
DEBBIE WELLS 
ROBYN WE5TPHAL 
BEVERLY L. WHEELER 



SAMANTHA WHELAN 
CLAUDETTE WHITAKER 
KIM WHITAKER 
lANELLE WHITE 
LURA WHITNEY 
DEBORAH WILDER 



DELORIS WILDER 
SUSAN WILEY 
VICKIE WILEY 
LINDA WILKE 
SUSAN WILL 
DIANA WILLIAMS 



LINDA WILLIAMS 
SHEILA WILLIAMS 
TONI LYNN WILLOUGHBY 
DEBBIE WILSON 
KIMBERLY WILSON 
ROBERT D WILSON, |R. 



LESA WIMSATT 
VICKY WINTHERS 
lULIE WIRA 
WILLIAM WISEMAN 
LISA WISZINIEWSKl 
VICKIE LYNNE WITT 



LAURA WOLFROM 
DAVID ELMER WOLFZORN 
IVAN WOOD 
SHERRI S. WOOTON 
SUSAN WOOTON 
SHAREE WORTMAN 



WALTER L. YORK 
GREG YOUNG 
TAMI YOUNG 
RHONDA LEE ZIRNHELD 



Cincinnati, OH 
Winchester, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Ravenna, KY 
Maysville, KY 
Louisville, KY 



Lexington, KY 
Orvome, LU 
Dayton, OH 
Louisville, KY 

Lexington, KY 
Ashland, KY 



Crittenden, KY 

Waynesburg, KY 

Paris, KY 

Sandy Hook, KY 

Makakilo, HI 

Pineville, KY 



Cubbage, KY 
Carrollton, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Russell Springs, KY 



Lawrenceburg, KY 

Edgewood, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Burlington, KY 

LaGrange, KY 

Radcliff, KY 



Louisville, KY 
Richmond, VA 
Cincinnati, OH 
Richmond, KY 
East Point, KY 
McKee, KY 



Richmond, KY 

Ft. Thomas, KY 

Middletown, OH 

Richmond, KY 

Manchester, KY 

Charleston, WV 



Albany, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Burlington, KY 

Louisville, KY 



Freshmen/Wal-Zir 365 



Nineteen hundred and 
eighty-two will be a special 
year for the people that 
read this book. It was a year 
spent at college. It was a 
year spent with good 
friends. It was a year of dis- 
appointment. It was a year 
of care-free good times. 




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Closing 367 



From August until May 
thousands of ordinary peo- 
ple took on the title of Col- 
lege Student. Together, the 
College Students faced 
such challenges as moving 
in, term papers and final ex- 
ams. 

Together, the College 
Students survived the nine 
months through new-found 
relationships and friends. 

Be it book, knowledge or 
life in general, by the end of 
the year, each student was a 
little more wiser. 




368 Closing 




Closing 369 



Thomas Jefferson once 
said, "It is better to look for- 
ward than back, because I 
like the dreams of the fu- 
ture better than the past." 

Sometime in the future, 
however, look back on the 
year 1982 and remember 
life as a college student. 





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Abbott, Danal 308 

Abbott, Mike 349 

Abettng. Mark 328 

Abell, Cina L 328 

Abell. Kimberly A 180. 192 

Abell, Pieiv 182, 190 

Abell, Wanda O 

Aberg, Robrn L 

Abner, )oy 185 

Abner, Pamela 328 

Abney, Elaine 349 

Abney. lohn 349 

Abney. Lone 

Abney, Mitchell 269 

Abraham. Carol L 308 

Abston, lames C 182. 190, 269 

Accounting Club 180 

ACEI 180 

Adams, Cherri 328 

Adams, Cindy I 222 

Adams, Ernest R. 269 

Adams, lack 198 

Adams. Karia R 191 

Adams, Kathryn R 308 

Adams, Kathy 328 

Adams. Marlene 328 

Adams, Nelson E 308 

Adams. Paula 228. 269 

Adams, Randy 246 

Adams, Sandy 328 

Adams. Sharlene 328 

Adams, Tamara L 196 

Addison, Eddie 328 

Addison, Iva D 308 

Addison, Josephine 308 

Addison, Willie 269 

Adkins, Amy 328 

Adkins, Kenneth R. 208, 347 

Adkins, Randal D 181, 349 

Agriculture Club 182 

Ahrhan. Roxanne 186. 328 

Ainsworlh, Laune 328 

Albertson, Wanda 349 

Albeshrey, Hussein 264 

Alexander. Debra R 269 

Alexander, Lencia L 222 

Alexander Lisa 182. 190, 191 

Alexander, Lisa L 269 

Alexander, Lon F 308 

Alford, Cathy I 186 

Algier, Dr. Keith 143 

Algier. Dr Ann 348 

Aikhaiab, Nawai 349 

Allen, Barry S 308 

Allen. Gregory S 206 

Allen, lanet 328 

Allen, Kelly E 308 

Allen. Kimberly L 183 

Allen, Sharon E 269 

Allen, Stacy 349 

Atlender, Gregory E 195, 328 

Alley, Sheha 328 

Allgeier, Robin 349 

Allison. Kathy L 214. 328 

Ailmon, Bryce I 117. 132. 246 

AIneemi. Ahmad 188 

Alpha Gamma Delta 216, 260 

Alpha Delta Pi 33, 214 

Alpha Epsilon Rho 183 

Alpha Phi Sigma 183 

Alpha Kappa Alpha 210, 218 

Alsip, Mary 328 

Amato, William I 246 

Amburgey, Vera 328 

Amburgy, Karen 264 

Amburgy, Lesa A 216 

American Marketing Association 184 

Ammerman, Wade 349 

Amos, Iris M 114, 134, 269 

Anderson. Debra N 197. 214 

Anderson. George 242 

Anderson. Gregory S. 129 

Anderson. |oy A 189 

Anderson. Karen 328 

Anderson. Laurence 328 

Anderson, Michael 259 

Anderson, Regina 308 

Anderson. Rodney 328 

Anderson. Sheryl 349 

Anderson. Stephen D 199. 328 

Anderson, Tammie 349 

Anderson. Theresa 349 

Andrew. Dav.d C 232. 328 

Andrews, Jeff 269 

Andrews, letiery W. 328 

Anello, Vincent 308 

Angerman. Steve 132 

Anton, Angle 349 

Appelhaus, Tammie K. 244, 264 

Applegate. lane E 187 

Applegate, Karen 328 

Applegate. Wendell D 328 

Arave, Chen A 220 

Arington, Kim 349 

Armacost. Sheri A 222 

Armstrong. Rhonda 349 

Arnold, Ann C 308 

Arnold. Christopher I 184 

Arnold. Naomi L 198. 308 

Arnold. Suzanne 349 

Arrasmith, Phil 328 

Arnens, Becky 349 

Arterburn, Shern A 201, 220, 269 

Arthur, Dana R 204 

Arts, Tracy L. 269 



Art Student Association 184 

Arvin. Gene W II 269 

Arvin. Cina 328 

Arvin. Larry 349 

Arvin, Woody 234 

Arvold, David 349 

Arwood. Shauna L 214 

Ashcraft. Beth C 216, 328 

Ashcraft. Brett W 246, 269, 328 

Asher. Jeffrey N 201, 246. 308 

Asher, Michael A 246 

Asher. Ten 328 

Ashley. Vicki A. 120, 349 

Association of Fire Science Technicians 181 

Association of General Contractors 181 

Association of Law Enforcement 182 

Atwood, lames O Ir 182, 349 

Atwood. Linda H 269 

Auge. Mary |. 167, 188 

Aures. Emily 270 

Auxier, KarIa K 196 

Auxier, Melody I 208 

Ayres. Emily R 167. 180. 200, 206 

Ayres, Karen R 205. 328 



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Baas, Peggy 328 

Babb, Alan 68 

Bach, Daniel N. |r 251 

Bach, Mary F. 180. 230. 270 

Bachman, Ghery 

Back, lohn K. 212. 234 

Back, Tina G 264 

Back, lohn 328 

Badgett. Kenny M 308 

Badgiey Mary 328 

Baer. Patricia J 222, 270 

Bahm, Dana 349 

Bahm, Tamala S 180, 203, 328 

Bailey, Garrett D 252 

Bailey, Kathleen M. 194, 270 

Bailey, Lisa 349 

Bailey, Laura D 308 

Bailey. Marilyn 175 

Bailey. Robert L 270 

Bailey, Terri L 188, 194, 270 

Bailey. Terry 259. 270 

Baines. Frank W III 100. 101 

Baird, Angela 349 

Baker. Andy 349 

Baker, Bradley K 248 

Baker, Debra 185. 270 

Baker, Debra L. 196. 270 

Baker. Diane H 196. 270 

Baker, Larry L 308 

Baker, Ronna I 216, 349 

Baker, Sarah E 206, 214, 308 

Baker, Tanya 328 

Baker. Verna L. 180, 328 

Baker, Wayne F 238 

Bakr, Khalid 270 

Baldwin. Earl 141, 143 

Baldwin, Tommy 270 

Bales, Brian 328 

Bales, Winston H. 208 

Ball, Gerald 308 

Ball. Kimberly D 205. 349 

Ball. Marcia A 205. 308 

Ball. Pid 27 

Ball, Sarah L 270 

Ballard, Anne W. 308 

Ballard, Brian 349 

Ballard, [ennifer L M. 308 

Ballard, KarIa S 226 

Ballard, Larry 328 

Ballard. Robert A 270 

Ballard, Todd 349 

Bailer. |amie 202 

Ballinger. Connie L 207, 349 

Ballinger, William C 308 

Balogh, Lori L 186. 230, 270 

Baltenberger, Lou A 308 

Baltzell, Beth A, 270 

Balyeal, Clay W 192, 212, 242. 270 

Bandy, Bernard B. II 244 

Baptist Student Union 185 

Barber. Robert D 270 

Barber. Sandy L 308 

Barbie, Kelly S 228 

Bargo. Gregory H 308 

Bargo. Kathy A. 214, 349 

Barker, Anthony W 254 

Barker. Karen 328 

Barker. Terry L 201, 349 

Barnard. Michael A. 132. 238. 270 

Barnes, Clay D 212. 246 

Barnes. Debbie I 182. 190. 191. 308 

Barnes, Gina K 270 

Barnes. |oe A 180. 270 

Barnes. Rick 328 

Barnett. Carol L 270 

Barnett, Loralee 1%, 270 

Barney. Debbie 349 

Barnhart, KarIa A 308 

Barr. Dean Dixon 156 

Barrett. Michael 349 

Barretia, Rosie 187 

Barry. Lorraine A 197, 328 

Barlleson, Ruth E 308 

Bartlelt, Dale 349 

Barllett, Monica K 270 

Bastin. Sam 328 

Baston, Deborah R 270 

Baston. Kimberly K 204, 328 

Batch, Donald 162 

Bates, Rennie L 236, 308 



Bales, Sabrina S- 197 

Bauer, laime H, 226. 246 

Bault David W 128, 129, 308 

Baumann, Susan |. 207 

Baumgardner, Lisa 349 

Baxter, Lisa 328 

Bays. Mary 308 

Beach, Simone 329 

Bean, Gregory M 270 

Bean, Michael D 208 

Bear, Daphne 329 

Beard, Sgt Nelson 124 

Bearden, lacqueline R 164, 349 

Beasey, Ion E 246 

Beat, Teresa A 194, 196 

Beattie. Paul A. 306 

Beck, Angle 329 

Beck, Deborah L 208 

Beck, Lon A 308 

Beck, Sandra K 170, 171, 308 

Becker, Cathenne 329 

Beckman, lennifer 329 

Beckner, lennie L. 194. 1%. 205. 308 

BeeBout, Dawna 329 

Begley, Robert 143 

Behler, Michael G 171. 306 

Behne. Cheryl A 120, 121, 214 

Behymer, Scott D 122. 123 

Beil, Patricia A. 44. 230. 308 

Beil. Paul 213 

Belanger. Giselle C. 222 

Belcha, Edward 248 

Bell, Brent 349 

Bell, Richard A 88 

Bell, Thomas 246 

Bell, Thomas 250 

Bellanca, Beth 349 

Bemiss, Robert B 256, 349 

Bender. Mark D 124, 171, 308 

Bender. Michael I 124 

Benge, Nicholas 329 

Bennett, lames W 183, 308 

Bennett, Kathleen M 308 

Bennett, Melanie F 196 

Bennett, Michael 329 

Bennett, Pamela L 308 

Bennett, Rebecca E 228 

Benson, Kathryn A. 184. 206, 264 

Bentley, Connie 329 

Bentley, Lisa A. 187 

Bentley, Robert D 246 

Benlley, Rocky L. 212, 246 

Bently. Beverly 329 

Berge, Dr Bill 311 

Bergen, Philip R 251 

Berger, Cathenne 349 

Berger. Michele E. 230. 329 

Bergstrom, Theodore S 248, 308 

Bench. Amy 230 

Berkeihtser. Knsten 264 

Bernard, lune 349 

Bernhard. Holly D 251, 308 

Berry. Barbara I. 207 

Berry. Priscilla A. 186, 264 

Berry. Susan L 185. 308 

Berryman. Howard G. 95. 213, 256, 30 

Berton, Lon A. 214 

Bertsos, Daniel 240 

Bess, Mark A 182 

Best, Kimberly A 190. 222. 308 

Beta Theta Pi 232 

Bettasso, Melody S 308 

Bettler. Alan 37 

Bianco, Robert D. 246 

Bickelt, Tina G 220 

Bieger, Mary K 112 

Bigesby. Anthony H 238 

Btlbrey, Tara L. 226, 329 

Billeter. Lisa I 184 

Binder, Kevin A. 246 

Binder, Rocky 329 

Bingham. Rose M 309 

Binion, Pamela L 193 

Binkley. Ann M 200 

Birch, Melanie 349 

Birch, Ninya M 194, 309 

Bird. David E 188. 212 

Bird, Stephen L. 88. 90 

Bisceglia. Alisa |. 264 

Bishop, Carol 349 

Bishop, Deborah L 195, 329 

Bishop, lanet A 309 

Bishop, Linda 329 

Bishop, Lynn M 309 

Bishop, Marty R 185. 329 

Bishop, Tamara G 196 

Bishop. William 256 

Bishop, William C. 329 

Bisping, Pamela |. 181, 349 

Bissell, Fred 132 

Black, Lisa 329 

Black, Marlene 329 

Black, Mary W 207 

Black, Pamela I 218 

Black, Steve 191 

Blackard, Michael 329 

Blackburn, Beverly K 226 

Blackburn. Harold D 349 

Blackburn, Tammy L 264 

Blackerby. Michael W. 172. 309 

Black Student Union 186 

Blackwell, Nancy 350 

Blackwell, Shonna 350 

Blade, lennifer K. 205, 309 

Blair, Georgia K 309 

Blair, Helen M. 272 

Blair. Kim 329 

Blakety. Scott 182 

Blakeman. Starr 329 



Blanco, Rita M. 1%. 309 
Bland. Cheryl I 309 

Bland, lelfrey 5 272 

Blanford, Richard C. 264 

Blankenbaker. |ohn A. 254 

Blankenship, Cindy C. 309 

Blankenship. Karen L 230, 329 

Blankenship, Kimberfy 222, 350 

Blankenslein, KarIa 329 

Blanton. Beth 350 

Blanton. lay 350 

Blanton, Mary A. 309 

Blanton, Sam 132 

Blaser, Michael H 170. 201 

Btau, Tamara 329 

Blayney, Anne 329 

Blevins, Delia 350 

Blevins, lane A 230 

Blevins, Rhonda K 179. 189. 220 329 

Blevins, Tammy I 272 

Blevins, Todd 185, 350 

Bloemaker. |udy 350 

Bloemer. Bernard W 242, 309 

Bloss. Elizabeth A. 272 

Bocook, Cathy L 272 

Boden, Christopher 181 

Boehm, lannene 172. 272 

Bogan, Elizabeth M. 272 

Boggs, Debra I 207. 272 

Boggs. Kathleen M 1%. 272 

Boggs, Patricia A 200, 272 

Boggs. Robert B 272 

Bogue, Dean Russell 158 

Bolcas. Michael 329 

Bolduc, Michelle 350 

Bohon, Vivian L 106 

Bollinger, Tonia 350 

Bollinger, Wendy R, 272 

Bolte, David 329 

Bolte, Teresa L 230, 329 

Bolton, luha 350 

Bolton, Michael D 250, 329 

Bonacci. Vida 183 

Bond, Anne K. 209. 272 

Bond. Mary K 309 

Bondurant, William I 167 

Boner, Captain William 267 

Bonfield. loseph M 232 

Bonfiglio, lill M 186. 230, 329 

Bonny, Mary A 228, 350 

Boone. Kathy 350 

Boone. Mary I 272 

Booth, Alan D 183, 309 

Booth, Charles E 254. 309 

Boothe, lanet F 185. 329 

Bordas, Amelia 183 

Border, Paul 350 

Born, Dee Dee 350 

Boschert, leffrey R 250 

Bosse, Michael D 167, 272 

Botktn. Douglas I 240 

Botkins, Kimberly A 230, 329 

Bouchard. Lynn 329 

Boucher, Brenda K. 250 

Boughman, Paul R 188, 309 

Boughton, Kathleen A. 1(» 

Bowdy, Mary K. 192 

Bowen. Patncia H. 309 

Bowles. Pamela K 184, 309 

Bowling. Deborah L 272 

Bowling, Edward L 167, 205 

Bowling, Lisa M 208 

Bowling. Paula S, 207 

Bowling, Sarah 329 

Bowling, Sharon E. 264 

Bowling, Yolanda F 272 

Bowsher, Charles A. 181 

Boyd, Ashley D 201. 309 

Boyd, Lilian R 264 

Boyd. Stephen C 187, 350 

Boyd, Theodore A 

Boyd, Toby 309 

Boyd, Dr Ursel 307 

Boyd, Willie 350 

Bradford, Scott A 309 

Bradle. Michael R- 244 

Bradley, Chris 350 

Bradley, David 329 

Bradley, lohn R 236, 309 

Bradley. Mary E 202, 309 

Bradley. Pamela I 192 

Bradley. Sammy 188. 212, 244, 272 

Bradley, Shauna 218, 272 

Bradley. Sheryl 210. 2 18 

Bradley, Sheryl 

Bradshaw. Cindy 329 

Brady. Clay 111 264 

Brady, Maureen 350 

Brady, Peggy 190. 272 

Brady, Shannon 106 

Bramblett, Brent 129 

Bramstedt, lennifer L 180, 272 

Brandenburg, Belva 329 

Brandenburg, Connie 329 

Brandenbury, Danny 329 

Brandenburg. Eric 256 

Brandenburg. Michael 193 

Brandenburg, Nancy S, 202, 350 

Brandenburg, Renee 350 

Brandl, Glenn W. 203. 272 

Brady. Clay 264 

Branham. Mary 329 

Branham. Mertie 329 

Branham. Stephen 329 

Branson, Dr Branley 35p05 

Branson, Debora L 272 

Brashear, Clay A 254, 272 

Brashear, Robert M 193 

Braswell. Caprice 196, 309 



Bratcher, Gary j. 264 

Braunagel. Lois 350 

Braxton. Anthony E. bi 

Breeding. Caria F 195, 3^- 

Breeze, Shem A 230, 329 

Brehm, Scott E 166, 272 

Breithaupt, Cynthia |. 272 

Brennan, Nancy M 207, 350 

Brewer, Brooke 272 

Brewer. Cathy A K. 234 

Brewer. Deedee 350 

Brewer, Gregory W 234 

Brewer. Lucy E 203, 350 

Brewer. Nancy L 209 

Brewer. Robin M 230 

Bncker Lewis D 272 

Bndges. Cecilia 273 

Bnggs, Laune A 112, 113, 166. 188, 273 

Bhndie. Kimberly 350 

Bntt. loyce 350 

Britton, Natalie A 264 

Britton, Rhonda 329 

Britton, William C. 180, 309 

Brock. Bruce 350 

Brock. Dena 350 

Brock. Ricky 330 

Brock. Sandra 350 

Brockington, Lillie P 188, 309 

Brockman. Kellie A 309 

Brodtjeck, Linay 214 

Brodbeck, Mary 330 

Brooker, Lishell 350 

Brooks, Dr Anne 327 

Brooks, Becky L 214 

Brooks. Cheryl R 273 

Brooks. Dana 350 

Brooks, loan M 1%, 330 

Brooks. Sonya M 309 

Brothers, Teresa L 309 

Brotzge, Anne M 201 

Broughton, Donald L 309 

Broughton. Karin E 228, 350 

Brown. April L 199 

Brown, Bobby 330 

Brown, Crystal 330 

Brown, David 350 

Brown. Deborah B 273, 350 

Brown, Debra 180 194. 330 

Brown, Donya 350 

Brown. Douglas E 244 

Brown. Eddie W 254 

Brown. Elaine 309 

Brown, Gregory S. 254, 273 

Brown, lames N |r. 309 

Brown, lanet A 273 

Brown, lennifer L 214 

Brown, Jessica L 186 

Brown, Jodie J 264 

Brown, Gov John Y 125. 143 

Brown, Kathleen M 203 

Brown, Kenneth R 252, 309 

Brown, Loren A 246. 350 

Brown, Michael 254 

Brown. Pamela 350 

Brown. Rebecca M 216, 330 

Brown. Stephen 330 

Brown, Theresa F 309 

Brown. Timothy L 242 

Browne, lulie 330 

Browning, Charlotte G 107. 180, 200, 206, 273 

Browning, ludson. W 273 

Bmce, Kevin M 201 

Bruce. Laura E 250 

Bnjmback, Lou A 192. 273 

Brumleve, John D 309 

Brumley, Beth 189, 264 

Bnjmmett, Donnie J 250, 330 

Bnjne. Susan L 195 

Bruner, Kevin L 184. 190. 273 

Brunner. jill A 264 

Bryan. Mary F 309 

Bryant. Elizabeth L 196, 330 

Bryant, Martha 350 

Bryant, Susan 350 

Bryant. Tern 330 

BSNA 186 

Buchanan, Mary 350 

Buchhollz. loy A 203, 309 

Buddelmeyer, Elizabeth 330 

Budnar, Richard P 240, 264 

Budzinski, Michael S. 100, 101 

Buechler. Mary 330 

Buel, Gary D 129, 131. 273 

Bugg, Larry A 256 

Bullock, Charlotte A 309 

Bullock, Karen I 147, 163. 166. 167, 187. 188 

Bullock, Katherine 330 

Bunch, Mark 350 

Bunch. Wilma 330 

Bunger, Maureen 350 

Burch, Charles S 306 

Burch, Donna 350 

Burch, lohn G 244 

Burch, Rodney 350 

Burchell, Janice S. 197, 330 

Burchetl, Jack O 273 

Burchett, Teresa A 309 

Burdell, Anthony L, 258 

Burdetle, Tina J. 273 

Burduck, Ellen A. 309 

Burger, Alan 256 

Burger, Robert Allen 330 

Burgess. Timothy I 309 

BurgratI, Donna L 166. 188. 194. 205. 209, 273 

Burke. Kyle T 123, 170 

Burke, Maureen A 1% 

Burke, Pam S 220, 273 

Burkhart. Dr Robert 205. 295 

Burks. Sheree 330 



374 



Burnett. Donna C 196 
Burnett, leff 350 

Burnett. KJmberly K. 273 

Bumette. David C 309 

Burns, Melvin D 273 

Burns, Pamela S 185, 350 

Burns. Diane 200. 206. 273 

Burrus, Elizabeth C. 309 

Burston. Michael R. 193 

Buton. Kathy ) 330 

Burton, Lrsa C 273 

Burton, Regina 330 

Burton, W Nona 330 

Bush. Caye E 46, 166, 170, 188, 205 

Bush, Kim 330 

Bush, Marsha 330 

Bushman. Tammy |. 202. 220. 309 

Busick, Ann 330 

Butcher, Andrea I. 218, 273 

Butcher. )ae 330 

Butcher, Renea 

Butcher. Ten L 188. 309 

Butler, Dawn M 194, 214. 273 

Butler Lane P 205, 309 

Butler, Roben L 273 

Butler, Zella N 166, 264 

Buttery, Melanee A 216 

Byars, Wayne E 306 

Byers. Richard 330 

Byrd. Rhonda I 189 



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Cable, Karen D 264 

Cabrero, Cina 330 

Caduceus Oub 187 

Cahill, Bethany A, 187 

Cain, Angela 330 

Cain, Donald R 183 

Cajn. Mark E 185 

Cam, Regina L 1%. 309 

Cam, Sue 154 

Cam, Teresa R 185, 194. 198. 273 

Caldwell. lames W 182. 190. 273 

Caldwell, lo M 273 

Caldwell, loseph 310 

Calkin. Dr, Gerald 118 

Call. Debbie L 182 

Callaway, Cynthia A. 183, 310 

Calvert, Barbara I 170, 198, 264 

Calven, Wade C 330 

Cambron, Ellen 199. 273 

Camden, Teresa E 273 

Campbell, Chip 232 

Campbell. Donna D 228 

Campbell, lames 306 

Campbell, Mark S 310 

Campbell. Michael C. 212, 232 

Cannon, Dean 150 

Cannon, Emma K 1% 

Cannon, Frank R 111 208 

Ontrell, Adrena C- 197 

Cantren. lenmfer 330 

Capogna, Bnan I 188 

Carden, Tammy K. 3 10 

Carew. Mark B 193 

Carey, Pam 207 

Carl. Pamela K 310 

Carl. Pathoa M, 197 

Carlberg, Gary ). 310 

Carlock, lanice 330 

Carlock, Susan A. 264 

Carmack. Susan 330 

Carman, Clarke C 246 

Carmtchael, Douglas L 183 

Carmosino, Catherine 330 

Camahan, Marketa 194 

Cams, David H. 251 

Carpenter. Betty L 190, 264 

Carpenter. Donald H. 246 

Carpenter. Teresa 330 

Carpenter, Thomas E 310 

Carr. Diana M 95 

Carr 

Carraco, Tamara L, 310 

Carrell. Sandra L 112 

Carrico, Arch C. 195, 330 

Cameo, Loretta A, 310 

Carroll, David W 128. 129 

Can-oil, Karen 330 

Carruba, Selma ) 180. 200, 206, 3l0 

Carter. Bianca M. 310 

Carter. Gary W 226. 244 

Carter. |en L 230, 330 

Carter, Marilyn K, 216 

Carter. Melanie 330 

Carter. Mike 244 

Carter. Nicholas L, 182, 190 

Carter. Sammie A 212. 256, 330 

Carter, Theodore 259 

Gary, Nancy T 216 

Gasconi, Tony 310 

Case, Tnjiena 330 

Casey, David 330 

Casey, Norma I 185 

Casper. )ohn F 310 

Casson. Diana M. 196. 310 

Castoro, Paula A. 110 

Catalina Club 187 

Gathers, Kelly L 166, 180, 200. 206 

Caltarellc, Anne M 310 

Caudill, Kyle 330 

Gaudill, Robin L. 67 

Caudill. Sharon G. 189. 330 

Gave, Dana 330 

Caylor, Beveriy |. 230 

Ceal, Andrew W, 170 



Cecil, Donna I 222. 310 
Ceal, Selby L 310 
Cezarn. Richard 185 
Chadwick, Dan L 193 
Chaffm, Mark A 246 
Chambers, lames G. lOO 
Chambers, Marybelh 195 
Champion. Donna A 185 
Champion. Samuel I. 310 
Chandler, Kay A 170. 214 
Chandler, Kelly 214, 310 
Chandler, Linda R 170. 214. 254 
Chapman. Debby K. 310 
Chapman. Deborah L 1% 
Chapman, lacqueline 192, 200 
Chapman, loan 228, 234 
Chapman, Kimberly A 230 
Charles, Kim R 204, 310 
Charles, Marsha ) 103. 106 
Gharry, Carlos A 206. 264 
Chavies, Una R 310 
Ghavies. Linda R 310 
Cheap, Susan I 185 
Chenaull, leannie R. 222 
Ghenoweth, Kelly L 186, 310 
Childers. Ben I 187 
Chi Omega Soronty 220 
Ghisholm, Timothy W 236 
Chism, Kalhenne E 198. 310 
Ghnstensen, Lmda G 194 
Ghnstensen. Richard 246 
Christian, Linda C 310 
Chnstian, Mary 8 222 
Ghnstian Student Fellowship 189 
Chnstie. Ann R. 310 
Chnstman. loyce 185 
Golek. Robert S 180, 252 
Cinjna 188 
Oaiborne, lerry 81 
Clark, Annie M 187 
Clark, Barbara L 195, 222, 310 
Clark, Bradford 240 
Oark, Earl L, |r 258 
Clark, jerry 126 
Clark. Lisa 197 
Oark. Lon 352 
Clark. Nancy D 228 
Clark. Paul E, 129 
Clark. Robin I 183 
Oark, Thomas 352 
Clawson, Sandra 352 
Clay, Candace E 207 
Clay, Rhodine M 310 
Clay, Sharon M 208, 352 
Claybrooks. Knsty L. 230 
Clayton, Kathenne I 195, 198 
Clayton. William K, 204 
Oaywell, Lynn A, 310 
Clelensky. Vickie 198 
Oements, Nanci I. 310 
Clemmons, Edward C 310 
Qendenen, Doug 352 
Clifford, Charlene 67 
Cline, Diane 352 
Ooud, Lisa M 310 
Clouse, Beverly A 310 
Clubb. lohn M 310 
Outts, David 352 
Cobler, |ohn 264 
Cochran. Karen 352 
Cockehll, Michael D. 252 
Coffey. Barbara A 310 
Coffey, Tammy 352 
Goffman, Carol 352 
Golborn, lames F 264 
Cole. Dave 118, 119 
Gole. Diane L. 310 
Cole, lanet L 228, 234 
Cole, Laanda I 205 
Gole. Lonnie A 166, 167 
Coleman, Nancy 352 
Coleman. Russell B. 246 
Coleman, Thomas 176 
Coleman. William M. 264 
Ccllegjate Penlacle 188 
Gollett, Regma M 205. 310 
Collier, luanita 352 
Collins, Becky 352 
Collins, lohn T II 242 
Collins, Kim 352 
Collins, Phyllis 332 
Gollms. Radeana 332 
Collopy. loseph I 246, 310 
Goltram, Robert S 199 
Columbia, Dana M. 1%, 310 
Colwell. Russell 332 
Combesl, San 332 
Combs, Charles 143 
Combs, Chns 352 
Combs, Donald C. |r. 123 
Combs, Donna S 254 
Combs, Eve 114. 115, 134 
Combs, Gerald G. 310 
Combs. Kenneth R 310 
Combs, Kimberly A 185 
Combs, Lawrence 132, 133 
Combs, Lorenzo 258 
Combs, Melanie M 251 
Combs. Tammie 332 
Commins, Dianne 310 
Commodore, Barbara D 218 
Commodore. Ranetia D 310 
Gampton, Beth 230 
Gompton, Debra 332 
Conder, Mark 332 
Conley. Michael i 180 
Conn. Carta A 310 
Conn. Knstie 1 153. 265 
Connelly. Karen A. 265 



Connelly. Michael K 212 
Conner, Dernck 332 
Connolly. Colleen P 226 
Conroy, Brian C 123, 310 
Conversino, Mark I 166 
Conway, Paul W 251 
Conwell, Mirian 332 
Conyers, Karen D 180 
Conyers. Max D |r 265 
Conyers, Sharon 180. 194, 265 
Cook leftrey B 200. 310 
Cook. Michael R 244 
Cook. Robert D 252 
Cook, Scott E 276 
Cooke. Nancy 332 
Coomer, Edith 332 
Commer. Regina 352 
Cooper. Alice M 185, 332 
Cooper. Donna I 186 
Cooper, Clona D 276 
Cooper, lanet L 222 
Cooper. Tommy I 242 
Gopher. Philip 332 
Copper, Tommy 184 
Corbetl, Diane 182, 191 
Corbett, Mary 352 
Gorman, Deronda 332 
Comelt, Carol A 68 
Cornett, David 332 
Cornett. letfrey L 212, 250 
Cornett. Laura L B 186 
Cornett, Susan ( 276 
Gornette, Cina 204 
Cosby, Mary Linda 185, 276 
Costner, Alan E. 208 
Couch. Deborah 265 
Couch, Eva 332 
Coulter, Melinda L 198, 332 
Coulter, Rebecca M. 216 
Courtney, Lon I 112 
Courtwright, William 265 
Covey. Deborah K. 276 
Covington, Deborah |. 214 
Cowan, Clarissa 352 
Cowan, leanine C 197 
Cowan, Kenneth 332 
Cowhrg. Tim 352 
CoK, Dawn 332 
Cox, loseph 332 
Cox. Keith M 246 
Cox. Kimberly A. 1% 
Cox. Larry 332 
Cox, Patrica 352 
Cox, Robin 352 
Gox. Scott 232 
Cox. Sharon R 196 
Cox, Stacy A 228. 254 
Cox, Dr Terry C 160 
Gox. Tern 352 
Cox, Victoria 352 
Coy, Kimberly C 186, 210 
Coy, Merlynne 352 
Cradler. Lisa 352 
Cratt, leffrey M. 129 
Craft, lohn 332 
Cratt, Thomas O 232 
Craig. David C 199 
Craig. Wanda 332 
Craig, Yvonne 352 
Crane. Willet C 212. 258 
Grapsey. Robert S. 252 
Craven, |ulia M 244. 332 
Crawford, Laura 352 
Crawford, Lynn M. 201 
Crawley, Becky 134 
Crawley, Timothy 8- 143, 171 
Craynon, Mary E 201, 332 
Creamer. Oynn 194 

Creech, Teresa 332 
Creekmore, Dennis 132 
Crenshaw, Anthony C. 254 
Crenshaw, )une L. 200, 352 
Crews, Cookie 276 
Crider. Andrea 332 
Cnst, Ghana R 276 
Crockett, Drana 332 
Croley, Sherry 352 
Crook, Alison A 219, 276 
Qoss, Eulene 352 
Cross. Sam 132 
Cross, Wayne Alan 193 
Crouch, Timothy A 182, 191 
Croucher, Vonda L 189, 332 
Crowder. Tony R )r 198, 352 
Crowder, Vicke R 276 
Crowdus, Karen E 166, 188, 276 
Crowe, lames D. 67. 174 
Oowley, Andrew B 132 
Crumb, limmy 352 
Crumble, Tanya S. 312 
Cnjme, Phyllis A 312 
Crump. -Archie P |r. 206, 276 
Crump, Gathenne C 222 
Crump, Date A 276 
Ci^jmp, David 352 
Cnjnk. loy S. 200 
Cruse, Nancy I 276 
Guccaro. Usa A. 230. 312 
Culbertson. Winford 332 
Cullen, Amy 352 
Cummings, Monica j 203 
Cummins. Dianne P 185. 312 
Cummins, Elizabeth 352 
Cummins, Gregory T 276 
Cummins, loel K 190 
Cummins, Robin A. 53. 214, 312 
Cunditf. Donald L ir 166. 167 
Cunningham. Charles M 312 
Cunningham, Kathy I 228 



Cunningham, Shannon L 46, 187, 220, 312 

Cura. Fran 81 

Curra. Dr lohn 165 

Gurran. Colleen E 276 

Curry. Cynthia I 276 

Curry, Gary B 276 

Curry, |ill F 312 

Curry. Lisa L 276 

Curry, Menbeth 166. 167. 187, 276 

Gurry. Paul 332 

Curry, Stanford V 132 

Gurlis, Dana E 312 

Curtsinger, Barbara C 194, 198. 226, 276 



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Dabney, Cheryl L 209. 312 

Dailey, David 8 206. 252. 276 

Dailey, Lenette 352 

Dailey, Lisa C 276 

Dailey, McKiniey B, 244, 312 

Dale. David M, 312 

Dale, lannita 352 

Dale. Yvonne M 332 

Dalton, lohn 332 

Dalton, Stephanie L 312 

Damico, Beth A 166, 167, 210, 216, 276 

Damron, Chet 276 

Damron, leffrey R 248, 312 

Dance Theater 158 

Dandani, Ahmed 332 

Dangelo, Mark L 276 

Daniel, Teresa D 312 

Daniels. Angela Rae 312 

Daniels, Denice 352 

Daniels, Scott 100 

Dannenberg. leffrey C 212, 246 

Dapper, Steven E 236, 312 

Darland. Monte C 172, 312 

Darst. Greg 332 

Darst. Kathleen 352 

Dashti. Asghar 276 

Daugherly, Anne 109 

Daugherty, Elizabeth 276 

Daugherly, Ellen 330 

Dauginan, Tim 12b 

Daulton, Kenneth E, 276 

Dauzenberg, Beth L 214 

Davenport, Davtd C 265 

Davidson, Anna I 209, 332 

Davidson, Anthony 332 

Davidson, Bart 193 

Davidson, Lavaun 180. 209. 227 

Davidson, Renee 332 

Davidson, Tracy | 200. 352 

Davis, Bradley L 183 

Davis, Delphia 208, 352 

Davis, Hugh M 277 

Davis, lames W 312 

Davis. Karla B 220, 277 

Davis, Kim 352 

Davis, Kerry 352 

Davis, Kimberiy 230 

Davis, Lynne C 219. 277 

Davis, Marjorie E 277 

Davis, Melanie K 180, 277 

Davis, Roy E 

Davis, Dr Ruth 287 

Davis, Ruth R. 207. 312 

Davis, Stephen L 240. 312 

Davis, Teresa 352 

Davis, William 242, 312 

Dawson, Enc C 200. 277 

Dawson, Keith L 312 

Day. David T 277 

Day, Fred E Ir 312 

Day, lacqueline L 312 

Day, lana S 187, 332 

Day, loan W, 186 

Day, Karen 194. 209 

Day, Mary E 277 

Day, Missy 222 

Deacon, Samuel M 182, 191 

Deatherage, Debra 332 

Deborde, lenmfer |, 277 

Decatur. Bambi 332 

Deck, lohn M |r 244, 332 

Decker. Andrea 352 

Decker, leffery 332 

Dedman, Tim 332 

Oeel. Melissa 352 

Deenng. Tammy 332 

Defilippo, Mana 352 

Deisher, Deborah A 277 

Delany. Brenda L 228 

Delk, lames R. 277 

Deller, Dan R 246. 333 

Delmar. Deborah A. 201. 277 

Delta Sigma Theia 219 

Delta Upsilon 234 

Delta Omicron 189 

Delta Zeia 211, 230 

Delta Tau Alpha 190 

Delvizis, Thomas P 312 

Demaree, Troy A 312 

Dempsey, Moira S 184 

Dempsey, Sarah L 244 

Dennis. Angla I 312 

Dennis. Regina A 277 

Denny. lill A 110, 167, 180, 277 

Depnest, Debra K 312 

Desmond, Michelle 209, 312 

Despam. Mike L 244 

Devers. Tina 353 

Devine, lenmfer 333 

Devlin, ludson F 232 

Devore, Estill L 312 



Devroomen, Charlotte 353 

Devroomen, Desiree 333 

Deweese, Kimberiy K 277 

Dewitt. Patncia A 254. 277 

Dezam, Don 277 

Dhonau. lanice L 312 

Dhonau. Leah R 186. 312 

Dials, Deborah L 1% 

Diamond, Donna I 277 

Dianas, Noel P 312 

Dick. Becky 353 

Dick. Michael I. 277 

Dick, Michele 333 

Dickey. Bnan 242 

Dickman, Dee 277 

Dickson, Bettina E 220. 312 

Dickson, lean M 108, 109 

Didier. Noel 132 

Diemer. Carolyn L 220 

Dietnch, Helena 333 

Dille. Susan E 277 

Dillon, Debbie A 277 

Dillon, Paul C. 

Dimond, Neil I. 27, 170, 171. 277 

Dimond. Theresa L 170 

Distler, Penne A, 216. 333 

Dilchen, Phillip M 306 

Dixon. Bobbie I 277 

Dixon, Daniel M 183, 312 

Dixon, David W 100 

Dixon, Donald I II 312 

Dixon, Gregory L 312 

Dixon, Tammy I 183 

Doan. Penny L 187, 333 

Dobbs, leffery 332 

Dobbs. Tamela I 277 

Dodge, Gregory C 122, 123. 170. 188. 277 

Dodrill, Michelle 333 

Dodson, Kimberly A 254, 265 

Dolbow, Kathy M 201. 277 

Dominque, Shelfi 312 

Donaldson, Paul L |r 182, 190. 278 

Donavan. Darryl 126 

Donegan, Kathy L 312 

Donner, Teresa A 278 

Donohue, Mary L 278 

Dooley, Thomas W |r 190, 278 

Dorton, Cathy 353 

Dosch, Robin |. 187. 220, 312 

Dosseit, Robin A 226, 278 

Doster, Shen L 186, 191. 352 

Dotson, Kim 33 

Douer, Kimberly 220 

Doughman. Lon L 312 

Doughty, Shyrleen E 226, 312 

Douglas, David F 259 

Douglas, |oe 353 

Douglas, loel 288 

Douglas. Marveita M 312 

Ojuthitl. Cari C 202. 259 

Doulhitt. Felicia 1 312 

Dowd, Susan M. 216. 251 

Dowlmg. Mary A 312 

Downey, leff 353 

Downs, Mark S 195. 278 

Downton, Manlyn A 214 

Doyle, Beniia 353 

Doyle, Sandi 353 

Dozier, Kimberly K 278 

Dozier. William 

DPMA 190 

Drake, Linda R. 166, 167. 206 

Drangeid, Elin 306 

Drees, Glenn A 181, 313 

Dreier. Nancy L 184, 230, 353 

Dnesman, Rebecca A 194. 200. 278 

Driver. Cathy A 313 

Duer. Deborah 353 

Duff, Fredenck E 256 

Duff. Kimberly R 313 

Duff, Sandra D 313 

Dugan, Chancellor 103. 105. 106 

Dugger. Pamela Y 198 

Duke, David C 190. 265 

Dukes, Gregory T 232 

Dummer, Kara L 202, 353 

Dunagan, Bobbi I 333 

Dunagan. Susan 200. 265 

Dunavent. Philip V 232 

Dunaway, Bndget 

Duncan. Ann T 228 

Duncan. Anthony W. 278 

Duncan. Dr Dan 65. 179 

Duncan, leffrey R 185 

Duncan, Linda L 197 

Duncan, Lon L. 112 

Duncan, Michael 191. 353 

Dunlap, Bonnie 333 

Dunn. .Vnealia F 46 

Dunn. Deborah 47. 181, 333 

Dunn. Susan 278 

Dunn, Twila D 189. 333 

Dunnington. Mischa K 176 

Durben, Daniel I 124. 125 

Durbin. Dale 353 

Durbin, Clenna M 180. 278 

Durham, Brent 278 

Durfiam, David K 236 

Durham, Lisa A 222. 333 

Durstock, lane 333 

Dusing, ludith T 195. 198, 278 

Duvall, loan G 230. 353 

Ojvall, Kevin A 180. 278 

Duvall, Michelle 278 

Dye, lane E 189. 278 

Dye. Mary 353 

Dye, Tammy S 200 

Dye. Vicki L. 202, 278 

Dyehouse. Leo 353 



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Eak, Tracy L 248, 313 

Earl, Stoll 128. 129 

Barley. Richard S 188. 278 

Earnest, letl M. 189 

Easley. Deborah A 222, 278 

Easley, Melinda C 313 

Ealon, Timothy I 175, 278 

Eaves, Robert B 251 

Ebert, Lisa M 199, 3l3 

Ebrahimpour, Mehran 190. 313 

Eckart, Vicki K 180, 313 

Eckerle, Kathy L. 313 

Eckler, Bill A 353 

Eckman, Kelly M 333 

Eddnnglon, Nathan L 259 

Eden, kathy A 278 

Edgington. Carol P 313 

Edmondson, Tracey L 353 

Edu, Martin O 201 

Edwards. Carmen B 353 

Edwards. Felicia L 313 

Edwards, Nancy P 196 

Edwards. Ray 68, 69 

Edwards. Ursula F 278 

Egalite. Catherine L 333 

Egart, Cheryl M 333 

Eglian. Cynthia L. 353 

Ehlian, Cindy 185 

Ehrhardt, Lisa 21-4 

Eifert. Robert A 181 

Elder, Margaret M 333 

Elfers, Maria D 3l3 

Elkin. Robert R 193, 278 

Eikins, Tamera L 353 

Elliott. Gene N 68, 69 

Elliott, Gina L 353 

Elliott, Harold L. |r, 278 

Elliott, lean T 209, 220 

Elliott, Nancy E. 185, 313 

Elliott, Teresa A 333 

Elmy, Pamela L 187, 313 

Elswick, lames K 129 

Elzy, Nadine D 3l3 

Emanuel, William R 256 

Embrey, Keeley I 313 

Embry, Mark 208 

Emerson, David L 118 

Emerson, Frederick 100 

Emery, Gina R 222 

Emery, (ulie E 278 

Emery, Mark S 333 

Emge, Mary K 265 

Engel, Steve M 129 

England. Jennifer C. 313 

England, iulia 313 

Engle. Dr Fred 315 

Engle, Stephanie L 130 

English. Elizabeth 201 

Enochs, Mary I 226, 244 

Ensch. Valerie A 313 

Ensing, Chris A 313 

Ensor. Laura j. 220, 333 

Enzie, Dean Russell 164 

Enzweiler, Sharon R 265 

Epperson, Laura 1 202 

Erdman. Coach Rick 116. 117 132 

Erhardi, Lisa A 210 

Ernst, lohn P 252 

Ernst, Michael |. 95, 333 

Erschell, Kim L 214 

Ertel, Michelle C. 175 

Esh, Constance, A.W 207 

Espey, Dawn E. 222 

Estep. Pamela K. 244, 333 

Estep, Tina K 278 

Estes, Bobby I 3l3 

Estes, Rickie 132, 238 

Estes. Susan 353 

Estill, Kristi A 220. 313 

Etheridge, lane E 214, 313 

Etheringion, Fran 134 

Etherington, Renee 353 

Eubanks, Porter 111 278 

Evans, Beth A 226, 333 

Evans, Karen L 104, 106 

Evans, Kimberly D 196, 333 

Evans, Lavern 333 

Evans. Lisa K. 333 

Evans, Michele 313 

Evans, Mary A. 313 

Evans, Rita 353 

Evans, Shawn T 212 

Evans, Timothy I 212. 236 

Everett Maureen W. 183 

Everman, Hope R 333 

Eversole, Virginia M 313 

Ewers, Dr Ralph 351 



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Fakhrod, Ahmed H. 313 
Falk, Stephanie R 104, 353 
Falkenberg, Dr. Steve 323 
Falkenberg, Dr. Virginia 323 
Falls, Steve W 212, 313 
Fannin, Cheryl L 333 
Fardo. Steve 236 
Farley, Robin D 185 
Farmer, David P 244 
Farmer, Karen A, 220, 353 
Farris, Anthony E. 259 



Parson, Elizabeth A. 222 

Faulconer, Danny L 206 

Faulkner. Debra E 207, 313 

Faulkner. Ricky L 132 

Faulkner, Robert D 353 

Faulkner. Tammy L 194 

Faust, Dianna M 313 

Fawbush, Suzanne P 3l3 

Fawbush, Scotl 333 

Feagan, Roberta C. 353 

Feagins, Wanda G 218, 333 

Fedhel, Banjar 265 

Feger, Diane C. 182, 353 

Fehlis, leffrey D. 333 

Feistritzer, Joseph A 256 

Feix, Derek E 236 

Feldhaus. Allen L |r 100 

Feltner. Vice-president Donald 141 

Feltner, Monica R 195, 333 

Fennell, Barbara I 134, 333 

Fentress, Timothy L 200 

Ferdelman, julie M. 216 

Ferebee, Jennifer A 333 

Ferguson, David A 333 

Ferguson, Cera A 265 

Ferrill, Lois A 196, 313 

Fessler, Cheryl M 184 

Fielder, Gregory K 250 

Fields, Cheryl Y, 313 

Fields, Jimmy C. 182 

Fields, Teresa A. 313 

Figlestahler. Ellen S 353 

Figlestahler, Rita E 194, 198 

Filicky, lacqueline J 200, 202 

Filippi. Sue A 313 

Finley. Jean E 170, 180, 206, 214, 313 

Finnell, Gwendolyn 186, 218, 333 

Finney, Kelly S. 333 

Finney, Todd 126 

Firman, Kowna V. 333 

Fischer, Gary R 126 

Fish. Pete 202, 244 

Fishbaugh, Karen L. 106, 145 ' 

Fisher, David C. 353 

Fisher, Gary J. 190, 313 

Fister, Louis E 122, 123 

Fitch, Candice A 353 

Fitzgerald, lenniter 353 

Fitzgerald, Kevin L 170, 244 

Fitzgerald, Regina G 199, 353 

Filzsimmons. Tom 333 

Fiveash, Sherilyn V 333 

Flannery, Ronald J 333 

Flatt, Linda L. 265 

Flatt, Lisa M 35, 95 

Fleming Bradford L 185, 333 \ 

Fleming. Catherine L 220. 313 

Fleming, Richard F 246 

Flinn, Karin D 194 

Floer, Kim A, 124, 313 

Flowers, Laura J, 313 

Floyd, George Jr 85 

Floyd, Tracye L. 333 

Flynn, Melody A. 180, 334 

Flynn. Monna L 334 

Foley, Lorraine 205 

Followell, Susan L. 313 

Fonda, Naomi K 208, 353 

Foraker, Jennifer K 216, 353 

Forbes, Jill A 334 

Forensic Debate 192 

Ford, Byron S 306 

Ford, Lucille E. 222 

Ford, Michael D. 205, 252 

Ford, Scott E. 252 

Ford, Trev B 353 

Forderhase, Dr Nancy 299 

Forensic Debate 

Foreman, Linda M 185, 203, 353 

Forhecz. Robin M 109 

Fortney, Charles D 171 

Foster, Donna M. 353 

Foster, Holly L 134, 280 

Foster, Jill R 204, 206, 222, 313 

Foster. Julie I 184 

Foster, Marjone A. 250 

Pouts, Karen F 228, 353 

Fowler, Pamela S 280 

Pox, Jonathan D 334 

Fox, Karen S. 45. 167, 222. 252 

Fox, Lisa E. 334 

Fox, Susan V 334 

Francisco, Connie 5 334 

Francisco, Katherine 313 

Prancow, Susan M 280 

Frank Deirdre A 334 

Frankel, Patricia D. 313 

Franklin, lames K. 353 

Praysure, Debra A 251, 313 

Prazer, Donna M 280 

Frazier, Nina R. 259, 280 

Frazier, Shade 111 246. 334 

Frazier, Vanetta D 204 

Frederick, Joanie L 334 

Frederick, Ronald I 3l3 

Freeman, Billy B 280 

Freeman, Dale 353 

Freeman, Vanoy P 334 

Freiss, Bob 130 

French, Becky J. 334 

French, Karen L 182, 190, 313 

Pretty, Sarah B. 166, 188, 205. 209, 280 

Fretz, Karen S. 280 

Frevola, Marc D. 280 

Prey, Lisa A. 219 

Frey, Michael A. 126, 127 

Pried, Karen L 280 

Friedlander, Ronald S. 206 

Priess, Bud 128, 129 



Prierson, loseph W 186 

Proehle, Margaret R 226 

Frost, lacquelyn M 180, 188. 194, 205, 280 

Frost. Lisa G 353 

Frost, Mark C. 280 

Fruchtenicht, Douglas 251 

Fryman. Mark T 248 

Frymire. Anne T 222, 314 

Frymire, Elizabeth C 222. 334 

FTD-Horticulture Club 191 

Fugate, Terry L. 280 

Fulcher, Katherine A 214, 334 

Fuller. Dawn M. 226. 314 

Fuller, Pamela K 234. 280 

Fulmore, Mark K 334 

Furginson. Fawn M 314 

Furr, lames Edward 193 

Fussner. Linda M 188 

Fyfte. lohn 1 314 



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Cabbard Brenda L. 200, 283 

Gabehart, George B Ir 212 

Gaebler, Cathy C 180 

Gaffney, Mark W 280 

Gaier, Amy E. 200 

Games, Donna K 228 

Gaiser. leffrey L 334 

Gale, Dean David 148 

Gales, Priscilla 334 

Calloway, Scott T 334 

Camboe, Sally A 216 

Cambrel, lames F 354 

Cambrell, Gndy L 254 

Games, Maria G 334 

Gammon, Angela S, 207, 220. 314 

Gandolli, Cina M. 314 

Ganim, Patricia A 254 

Cant. Duwayne L 2l2 

Gam, Keith H. 259, 314 

Garback, Mark W 354 

Garchinsky, Bernadett 134 

Garchinsky, Teresa M 280 

Gardner, Gary L, 334 

Garland, Renee 214, 254, 280 

Garner, Melodie A. 334 

Garrett, David 1 280 

Garrett, lane E 334 

Garnott, Robert E. 192 

Garrison, Beverly M. 280 

Garrison, Chandra D 280 

Gatchett, James T 280 

Gatewood. Sonya D. 186 

Gavin, Mary E 109 

Caw, Melissa A. 214, 334 

Gay, Reginald J. 186, 314 

Cay. Tamela J. 194 

Cay. Tammy J. 314 

Cay. Teresa J. 334 

Gayle, Dr David 148 

Gaylord. Tyra D. 187, 195, 334 

Gechep, Ray 284 

Cegel, Lisa A 214, 334 

Gehnnger, Cheryl A. 196, 334 

Ceiger, lay B. 314 

Geis, lennelle K. 230 

Ceisler, Mane M. 134 

Geiss, Lauren 134 

Geist, Kathleen L. 180, 314 

Gensheimer, Teresa L 230 

Gentry, Lee 198 

Gentry, Paula M 244. 314 

Geoghegan, Dons J 205 

Geoghegan, Nancy C. 195 

Geology Club 193 

George, Rachel D. 334 

Gerald, Susan L 205 

Geromes, Stephanie M 175, 210, 228 

Gevedon. Cynthia D. 280 

Ciambattisla, Scotl R 314 

Cianopulos, Valerie M 170, 184, 280 

Gibbon, William D. 118 

Gibbs, Brian S. 244, 334 

Gibson, Dean Charles 144 

Gibson, Charles 256 

Gibson, Dana L 187, 280 

Gibson, Marian L. 334 

Giftord, Kathy E. 280 

Gilbert, Kimberly 1. 230, 314 

Gilbert, Laura R. 218 

Gilbert, Lisa A. 314 

Gilbert, Melissa A. 354 

Gilbert, Penny S. 354 

Gilbert, Tracy L. 176 

Giles, Kathryn A. 354 

Cilkey, Michael W. 334 

Gill, Melissa D. 106 

Gill. Sally 1 170, 314 

Gillespie, Charlotte 112 

Gillespie. Kevin C. 246, 334 

Gilliam, Kenneth D 280 

Cilliland, Catherine 354 

Gillis, Leslie C 208 

Gillum, lames A. 53, 246 

Cilmore. lack B. 280 

Gilreath, Amy S 354 

Ginnan, ferilyn K 334 

Girten, Julie L, 197, 314 

Giufire, Karen A. 314 

Civan, Chuck 265 

Givan, Stacy L. 211, 228, 281 

Givens, Mark K. 208 

Gladstone, lanet M 354 

Glassner, Lisa M 314 

Clatthaar, Angela L. 203, 354 

Gleason, Deborah A 381 



Glover, Kenneth L 132, 238, 281 

Goatley, Paula A. 244 

Coble, Rondal E 187 

Cockel, Nancy I 185, 354 

Coforth, Michael A 167 

Cohmann. Karen A 195 

Coins. Kimberly A 230, 334 

Coins, Steven A 246 

Coins. Slormie Gail 306 

Golden, lamie A 256 

Goldsmith. Cheryl L. 228 

Coldston, Michael E. 126 

Good, Dorsey H |r. 354 

Good, Max 97, 100 

Coodan, Karen R 186, 281 

Coode. Carol S 189 

Coode, loan R 354 

Coode, Kathy L 281 

Coode, Kimberly F l9l. 281 

Coodin, Gina k. 226, 334 

Goodin. Lisa C 103, 106, 107, 334 

Goodman. David B 244 

Goodman, Gary A. 226, 248 

Goodman, Gina E 207, 314 

Goodman, Linda S 334 

Goodman, Ralph W 265 

Goodman, Rhonda M 354 

Coodrow, David A, 181 

Goodwin, kirk A. 212. 238 

Goodwin, Tammy L 354 

Gore, Lou Ann 196 

Correll, Gretchen A 334 

Gosser, Cindy C 314 

Gossman, Linda M 170, 104, 214, 284 

Graber, Mark A 181, 236 

Grabowski. Ion D 354 

Graese, Karen B 354 

Gralt, 1. Emmett 354 

Graham. Anita G. 334 

Graham, Douglas P. 314 

Graham, lellrey 1 212, 242 

Graham, lulie A 209, 220. 354 

Graham, Kathy L 354 

Graham, Lisa I 114 

Graham. Marsha K. 334 

Graham, Mary B. 354 

Grant. Candace E. 222 

Grant, Dwayne 258 

Grant, Douglas W. 334 

Graves, Allen S 184, 265 

Craves, Wesley B 208 

Cray, Angie 314 

Gray, Barry L. 281 

Cray, Lindi 198 

Gray, Melinda A 354 

Craybeal, Carla G 201, 220 

Greb. Susan L 205. 314 

Green, Beverly 1, 354 

Green, David T 100 

Green, |ill R 190, 220, 314 

Green, lulie A 220 

Greene, lacqueline 281 

Greene, Patrick M 281 

Greene, Robin A 354 

Greenham, Christel L 334 

Greenhill, Stephanie 334 

Greenlee, Dr David 64, 65, 179, 265 

Greenlee, Marianna L. 204, 210, 218, 281 

Greenweli, Larry R. 182, 334 

Creenwell, Linda C. 334 

Greenweli, Lynda L. 314 

Creenwell, Paul C 191, 182 

Greer, Marsi G 265 

Greer, Marlene 354 

Gregory, Cheryl D. 183, 201. 220, 265 

Gregory, Mark A. 334 

Gregory, Susan E 187, 207. 220. 314 

Cress, Charles S 132 

Creve, Kevin R 85 

Cnder, Mary F 334 

Gnder, Stanley ) 186, 259, 265 

Crieninger, Linda E 265 

Griffin. Bngitte Y. 354 

Gntfin, lackie S. 314 

Griffin, lames S. 281 

Gnffin, |o Denise 265 

Griffin. Larry 281 

Griffin, Lisa C. 265 

Griffith, Carla S. 190, 314 

Griffith, Darrell K. 252, 265 

Griffith, Gregg L 314 

Cnftith, Harry W. 265 

Griffith, Jennifer R. 314 

Griffith, lohnny W. 354 

Griffith, Ken 180 

Griffith. Linda K. 166, 180. 281 

Griffihs, Bae 214, 281 

Cngsby. Randal 256 

Crigsby, Sally K 201, 265 

Grimm, Kevin L 174 

Crinnan, lames M. 265 

Grise, Martha 195 

Crise, Dr Robert 363 

Grisham, Michael J. 314 

Grome, Mary |. 207 

Gross, lohn D 250 

Gross, Dr. Rodney 143 

Crosse, Charles W, 193 

Grotke. Esther L 314 

Crubb, Phyllis M 281 

Grubbs, Kimberly D. 1%, 314 

Gruzynski, Brian 126 

Cue, Lucretia S 354 

Cuenlher, Nancy M. 197 

Guess, Martha ) 222 

Cuffey, Randall K. 354 

Cuffey, Sandra G. 314 

Cullett, Tammy S. 244 

Gumm, Deborah K. 314 



Gunter, Elvin K. 314 
Cunter. lames C 354 
Gustafson, Thomas K. 193 
Gustin. Michelle S. 120 
Cuthier. Diane M. 231 
Guthier, Robert 1 354 
Guy, lenniter G 314 



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Haake, Lon 354 

Hack, Mary A 354 

Hacker, George M 206, 246, 281 

Hacker. Sherry L 354 

Hadden, Tanya M. 281 

Haden, karen H. 114. 134 

Haden. keilh T 123 

Hafer, Keith A. 252 

Hagan, Anita M. 184, 354 

Hagan, Freda A 103, 106 

Hagan, Laquata G 354 

Hagan, Teresa A 209 

Hager, lulie M 226, 281 

Haggerty. kevm M 192. 281 

Hahn, Donna L 180, 206. 281 

Hairslon, Edward V 90. 91 

Halbauer, Cynthia L 254 

Halbert, Randall K. 

Halcomb, |ill 314 

Hale. Donna R 166, 180, 188, 200. 206. 281 

Hale, lacqueline 228 

Hale, Ruth A 314 

Hall, Barbara 281 

Hall, Cassandra M 266 

Hall, Connie S 228, 314 

Hall, Cynthia A 281 

Hall, karen M, 281 

Hall, Kirt 234 

Hall, Martha A 234, 354 

Hall, Mary B 281 

Hall, Mary E 220 

Hall, Michael R. 314 

Hall, Mike 172 

Hall, Rayburn 281 

Hall, Sandra L 214 

Hall, Scott R 354 

Hall, Susan E 222 

Hall, Teresa 196 

Hall, Teresa L 314 

Hall, Tina M 314 

Hallmark, Pamela 1. 314 

Halloran, M Colleen 282 

Halpin, Patricia E 109 

Halsey, Steven C 252 

Hamby, Mark B. 189 

Hamilton, Angela M 40, 41, 95 

Hamilton, Gerald L 184, 208, 282 

Hamilton, lane E 196 

Hamilton, leannie G. 314 

Hammesfahr, Teresa R. 228 

Hammond, Lisa A 186, 354 

Hammonds, David C 183 

Hammons, Paula I 201 

Hampton, Lynne 200 

Hampton. Susan L 106, 354 

Haner, kathryn A. 282 

Haney, Marcia L. 106 

Haney, Martin A, 129 

Hanlon, Sherry L 314 

Hannan, loyce M 306 

Hannan, Mary T. 187 

Hanner, Thomas T. 167, 180, 282 

Hansen. Myron L. 208. 282 

Hansford, Mark T. 354 

Hansson, Karen B 170, 182, 190, I9l 

Hannson, Dean Kenneth 150 

Hardgrove. lamie R 354 

Hardiman. lennifer D. 230, 354 

Hardin, Melissa M 228 

Harding, Dr Duane 335 

Harding, Wendy 106 

Hardwick, Darlene 282 

Hardy, Theresa M. 185 

Hargrove, Linda K. 354 

Harkins, lames D II 99, 100, 129 

Harlage, Tom 354 

Harlan. Timothy P 266 

Harlow, Bradley R. 354 

Harlow, lohn 1 190 

Harlow, Kimberly A. 354 

Harlow, Shawny L. 189 

Harlslon, Sterling 199 

Harmeyer, Carol 1. 282 

Harmon, Craig C 266 

Harmon. Cynthia L. 282 

Harmon, Tern I 354 

Harrar. William G 193 

Harris, Barbara I 170, 222 

Harris, Helen M. 196, 200, 206 

Harnson, Glen A. 166. 182. 190 

Harrop. Paul E 282 

Harllage, Deborah A, 196 

Hartlage, )an M 214. 244 

Harllage, Thomas E 236 

Harlman, lonna 190 

Harvel, Lynne 108 

Harvey, Bridget 208 

Harvey, Eugene B. |r. 208 

Harvey, Melanie L 187 

Harville, Lynne 109 

Harville, Virginia L. 208, 282 

Hasbrouck. Kirsten A. 336 

Hasketl, Clarence 238 

Hastie, lane M 205 

Hastings, lulia L. 195, 336 

Hastings, Suzanne R. 109 

Hatch, Julie A. 336 



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Hatfield. Amy T 220, 336 

Hdiheld. Charles W 170. 336 

Hatter, Karen S R 180, 194, 266 

Hauenstein, lamce L 282 

Haulska. Steve 126 

Haun, ktmberly ) 166, 19-4, 200. 282 

Hawker, Chris R 250 

Hawkins. Brenda A 201. 306 

Hawks, Gina M 336 

Hayashi, Yasuhiro 282 

Hayden, Mark 5 180, 194 

Hayden. Maryleigh 230 

Haydon, Heather 195, 336 

Hayes, Glenn W 182 

Hayes, Michael B 185, 203. 206, 336 

Hayes, Tarrmy 37 

Hays, lames 8 208 

Head, Hert>ert T. 117 

Head, lanet k 282 

Headen, Kelly 336 

Headen, Marcia K 230 

Health Records Students Organization 194 

Heap. Mary E. 216. 282 

Heberle, Hollis N. 222 

Hebert. Carla F 214 

Hedges. Susan C 187 

Hedgespeth, lanet L 282 

Hednck, Bryan E 167 

Heeterle. Lisa A 187 

Heeg. Edward H 123, 336 

Heil. Mary | 282 

Heil. Paul 234 

Heil. Richard W 234 

Heilman. Raymond L 282 

Heimann, Michelle 282 

Hehman. Ray 185 

Hellard, William R 181 

Hellmann, M Susan 282 

Hellmann. Stephanie 180 

Helton. Donald C Ir 244 

Helton, lenniter R 336 

Helton, Kelli R 194. 282 

Hembree. Vicki L. 336 

Hemlee. Hugh C 187, 238 

Henderson, Kathy 205, 282 

Henderson, Kathy 282 

Henderson. Mary F 210. 219 

Hendley, Kenneth S 336 

Hendren. Shelli D. 183, 1% 

Hendncks, Roberta 156 

Hendrickson, Robin B 228, 254, 336 

Hennessey. Alicia M. 228 

Henning, Russell |. 193 

Henry. Deanna L. 197 

Hensley, leannie 316 

Hensley, Kimberly D 336 

Hensley. Marvin 336 

Hensley, Nell 106 

Hensley, Pamela ) L 222 

Hensley, Tammy T 282 

Henson, Laura L 214 

Henson, Todd 316 

Hepp. lenny L 186. 282 

Herald. Karen 282 

Herbert, Michael A 282 

Hermann. Diane L. 282 

Hernandez. Steven P 208 

Herrington. Darryl K 188, 244. 316 

Herzog. Robert L 336 

Herzog. Stephen E 208 

Hesler, Marcia L 185 

Hesse, Nancy 134 

Hettinger. Maria T. 208 

Hetzef, William |. 336 

Hewitt. Karan L. 167. 180, 194 

Hibbard, Charlotte A, 336 

Hibbard, Tammy D 216, 316 

Hickerson. Terri D 220 

Hicks, Darrell W 250 

Hicks. Melissa E 123, 336 

Hicks, Sharon W 336 

Hicks, Tanna S 170 

Higdon, Bruce 316, 251 

Higgins, Robbin C 336 

Highfill, Sharon R. 185. 336 

Hickerson. Terri 192 

Hild. Stacey I 306 

Hild. Tern L. 184. 266. 190 

Hildebolt. Mary A 201 

Hill, Charles R 167 

Hill. Frances C. 228, 234 

Hill. Keith D 170, 182. 183, 244. 266 

Hill. Marc E 236. 336 

Hill, Margaret 171, 187 

Hill. Melanie D 214. 336 

Hill. Ordelle 205 

Hill, Stephen E 208, 316 

Hill, Tammy L. 185, 356 

H.1I, Woody L 186 

Hillard. Cynthia A. 336 

Hindman Dr Doug 355 

Hinds. Jennifer L 220 

Hines, Keith j 259. 316 

Hinkle, Rodney 258 

Hinton. Lucy A 356 

Hinzman. Mary C 182. 316 

Hisle, Holly A. 336 

Hista, Scott 198 

Hite. loanie 198 

Hobson. Joseph M 208 

Hocker, Joseph R 186 

Hockey, lennifer A 316 

Hodges. Alonna K 316 

Hodgin, Laura I 170, 171. 226 

Hoeferle, Lisa A 220, 336 

Hoekzema. Andrew W, 336 

HoKman. Amy B. 228 

Hollman. Marilyn | 220, 356 

Hogan, Craig 316 



Hogan. Katrina L 226. 356 

Hogg. Dr Emogene 307 

Hogrete, Ana L 124. 356 

Hoke, Elaine k 120. 121, 336 

Holbrook, Gary M 199 

Holbrook, Scott 254 

Holbrook, Vicky L 187, 220, 336 

Holcomb, Chsti A 194 

Holcomb, David E 356 

Holfinger, Mark O 316 

Holiday, lennifer S. 356 

Holland. Allan W. 316 

Hollis, luha L 316 

Holloway, Karen P 228. 316 

Holloway. Latdunya R 259 

Holloway, Sherlonda Y 210. 219. 316 

Holmes, Douglas L. 208. 212 

Holmes, Hal 198 

Holmes, Mark I 356 

Holsline. Robin A 216 

Holt. David I 132 

Holt. Nancv 33. 210. 212 

Holtzclaw, Pamela E. 183, 316 

Honchell, Sheree M. 356 

Honchell, Teresa L 336 

Hood, Tammie L. 316 

Hoover. George C 202 

Hoover, kimberly A 226. 316 

Hopkins. Curtis L 356 

Hopkins, Ronald L. 181 

Hopper, Susan 356 

Hopson, Rhonda L 220, 316 

Horn, lames H 185. 356 

Horn, Sharon E 196 

Horn, Stephanie D 336 

Hornack, Nadine M 214 

Hornback, Brett E 206 

Horneys, |ill L 266 

Horlon, David I 336 

Horton, Estill L 181 

Hoskins. Delia L 356 

Hoskins, Jennifer L 222, 316 

Hoskins. Leslie j 356 

Hoskins, Mary F 356 

Hotchkiss, Stephen P 284 

House, karen L 150. 151, 166. 167, 172, 284 

House, Kimberly 284 

Houston, Will-am C. 259, 316 

Howard. Catherine j 222, 316 

Howard. Charles C |r 258 

Howard. Charlotte 316 

Howard, Cynthia L 336 

Howard, Elizabeth L 284 

Howard, Evelyn C 266 

Howard, Gary k 246 

Howard, jane E 228 

Howard, Joseph M 191 

Howard, Leigh A 189. 248 

Howard, Michael 336 

Howard, Sharon L 194, 284 

Howard, Walter 171, 238 

Howard, Wilma 108. 109 

Howell. Donald R 212 

Howell, lacqueline S 356 

Howell. Rhene A. 208 

Hubbard. Ronald k 250 

Huber. Cynthia A 201. 336 

Huber, Kathy I 336 

Huckaby, Deborah M 356 

Hudson, Barbara A 284 

Hudson, Greg 259, 316 

Huesing, Steven R. 356 

Huff, Barbara A. 284 

Huff, Beverly A 336 

Huff. Sally L 166, 216 

Huffines, Tamara M 316 

Huffman, Cathleen A 201 

Hughes. Barr> L 284 

Hughes. Cecilia E 188, 192, 220 

Hughes. Charles R. 180 

Hughes, Delisa G. 356 

Hughes, Donna G 336 

Hughes. Harlis 284 

Hughes, lames H. 284 

Hughes, kathy E. 207 

Hughes, Laurie L- 336 

Hughes, Lisa A. 201 

Hughes, Melanie A. 356 

Hughes, Patncia |. 186 

Hughes, Stella A 336 

Hughes, Timothy P 201 

Hulett, Walter W. 266 

Hulette, Robert C. 212, 256 

Hulette Vickie 134 

Hulker, leffrey S. 316 

Hulsey, Teresa K 356 

Human Development Club 192 

Hume, lames C 284 

Humphrey, Chns A 180 

Humphrey. Kimtjerly K 336 

Humphrey, Renee 316 

Humphrey. Terry L 212 

Hunkemoeller. Gregory 336 

Hunker, Susan E. 284 

Hunn, Rebecca A 259. 316 

Hunt, Gregory M 172. 190, 316 

Hunt, Pamela M. 203. 316 

Hunt, Troy E 336 

Hunt. Wanda M 356 

Hunter, Connie M. 306 

Hunter. Gregory A 336 

Hupp. Ellen | 194, 222. 284 

Hurd, lohn D 284 

Hurst. Margaret F 214 

Hurt, Fred P 204, 206. 284, 236 

Hurt, leanne R 356 

Hurt, Lisha K 316 

Hurte, Mark D 356 

Hurtz. Rebecca S 230. 336 



Huss, Max B 192 
Husted. Rosemary 182, 183, 316 
Hutchens. lohn P 29 
Hutchens, Mark A 180 
Hutchens, Pat 316 
Hutchison. Dwighl R 284 
Hutchison, Tammy C 356 
Huthoul, Fahd 182 
Hulton, Cathern A 197 
Hyman, Lisa k 336 
Hyndman, Brian E 212, 234, 337 
Hyrne, Valerya L 189 



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Ichikawa, Shuko 284 
Iker, Theresa L 1%, 337 

Ikerd, lerry 143 

Imel, lean M 356 

Ingle, loseph T 250, 356 

Ingram, Sandra E 356 

Inthavong, Bouavanh 356 

Ipaye. Tajdeen O 190. 316 

Irvine, Don S 284 

Irving, Sally A 184 

Irwin, Kelly I 112, 337 

Irwin. Lisa 205. 251. 284 

Irwin, Nanette E 284 

Isaac, Christopher D 84, 85, 88. 90 

Isaac, Deborah E 120, 356 

Isaacs, lennifer M, 337 

Isaacs, Monica A 226, 284 

Isaacs, Penny A 356 

Isaman, lames A 183 

Isom, Rebecca 316 

Isom, Regina 356 

Ison. Elizabeth 214, 316 

Isreal, Sharon L 356 

Ives, lulie E 195. 337 

Ivie. Karen E. 316 



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lackson, Anthony W 259 

lackson, Candace R. 228 

lackson, Danny L 182, 183 

lackson, Darrell D 238 

lackson, Diana L 337 

lackson, Gail 337 

lackson, Harold |r 186 

lackson, Lavern 192 

lackson. Miles M. 132. 284 

lackson, Nancy M 337 

lacobs, lacqueline M 190, 191, 266 

lacobs, ludith I 182. 183, 284 

lacobs, Ronda R 266 

lacobson, Michael A 250 

lahnes, Maria L. 316 

lahnigen, Cabot L 337 

lama, Ahmed A 354 

lameson. loseph H. 242 

lamison. lulie L, 266 

iarboe, Larry W 266 

larrell. 1 Dale 208 

larvis, David T 284 

larvis, lamie R 226 

lefterson, Thomas 370 

leffries, Cheryl L 316 

Jeffries, Cindy A. 316 

leffries, Elizabeth A 180, 194, 284 

leflnes, Rene L 216 

lelland, Kim 282 

lelland. Robert 282 

jemsen, Carol L. 316 

lenktns, Delsie 194, 284 

lenkins, Frank 132 

Jenkins, Jill T. 284 

lenkins, Kimberly G. 120. 316 

lenkins, Richelle A 222, 356 

lenkinson, lill E 184. 206. 214 

lennings. Gregory C 129 

lennings. lames H, 180, 199, 316 

lennings, Laurie A. 180 

lennings. Mabel W 180 

lennings, Myrena 201 

lennings. Scott D 337 

lennings. Waylon 55. 56 

lennings, Winlred 316 

lewell, Terry R 285 

liett. Temple 208 

Itjesph, Barney 129 

lohnides. George 111 250. 317 

Johns, linny 285 

lohns, Ronald C. 170. 317 

lohns, Virginia S 201 

Johnson. Andrea L. 134 

Johnson, Anita G 317 

Johnson, Carolyn M 337 

Johnson, Cheryl D 285 

Johnson, Elaini |. 28 

Johnson, lames 356 

Johnson, Jennifer L. 317 

Johnson, lulianne P. 317 

Johnson. Kevin 132 

Johnson, Kimt>erly D 356 

Johnson, Leslie L 185, 337 

Johnson. Michael S 116, 117 

Johnson. Nancy A 317 

Johnson. Polly 201. 285 

Johnson, Preston C 198 

lohnson. Randall R 132 

lohnson. Richard H. 337 

lohnson. Ronald 208 

lohnson, Sharon 356 



lohnson. Shen L 337 

lohnson, Shirley L 203, 285 

lohnson. Steven 212, 240 

lohnson. Steven 171. 238 

lohnson. Tern I 109. 203, 317 

lohnson Tern L 333 

lohnson. Timothy 186 

lohnson. Tracey A 112 

lohnslon. Douglas R 356 

lohnslon, Mary Ann D 356 

lohnston, Patrick R 285 

lohnstone, Robin E 317 

lonczak, Elaine 182, 194, 285 

lones, Angela 222, 356 

lones. Ann B 285 

lones, Anne 337 

lones, Cammy 195, 337 

lones, Cheryl A 285 

lones. Cynthia E 317 

lones, David 17b 

lones. Diane C 285 

lones, Donald E |r 208. 317 

lones. Donna M 285 

lones, Dwayne 337 

lones, Elizabeth R 317 

lones. Garnet M 182, 199 

lones. Holly I 166. 167, 194. 285 

lones, lennifer A 184. 195, 337 

lones, lerry L 208 

lones, lonah 190, 200 

lones, loni 204. 285 

lones. Kim I 317 

lones, Lisa 167. 285 

lones, Marianne 285 

lones. Mavis M. 167 

lones, Otis O 132. 133, 285 

lones, Pamela 205 

lones Pamela D 285 

lones, Pamela G 166, 285 

lones, Paula K 356 

lones, Paula L 356 

lones, Pete 208 

lones. Robert A 337 

lones, Sanford L 187 

lones. Sherry C 356 

lones. Tern R 356 

lones, Tish 337 

lones. Coach Tom 291 

lordan, Velma A 106 

lordan, Zachary S 356 

lory, Paula L 203 

loseph, Elvin I 357 

loyce, leffrey H 126 

loyner. Dempsey C 252 

loyner. Dr. |ery 359 

ludkins, Peggy V 167 

lungdas. Donna L 190, 191, 317 

justice, David L 357 

justice, lennifer j 194 

justice, Richard k 204, 317 



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kabler. Tammy |o 189 

kahanic, laqueline I. 317 

Kahle, Kimbra L 317 

Kail, Gary W 208, 357 

Kain David T 285 

Kaiser. Pamela C 194, 285 

Kaldenberg. David E. 266 

Kalmer, Bnan F 357 

Kammerer. Debra A. 337 

Kannapell, Leonard P 118. 337 

Kappa Alpha Psi 238 

Kappa Alpha 236 

Kappa Alpha Theta 33, 222. 261 

Kappd Delta 33, 224 

Kappa Delta Pi 194 

Kappa Delta Tau 1% 

Kappa Mu Epsilon 195 

Kappes, Carl I 170, 171 

Karr, Kimberly S 266 

Karszen, loseph j 198. 285 

Katter, Karen L 337 

kaup, Jennifer L 337 

Kauscher, Patricia A. 317 

Kautz, Linda S 357 

kearns, Sandy i 220 

keaton, Gregory 8 244 

Keel, Debbie K 203 

keeling, Anna M 357 

keeling, Daniel L 285 

Keelty. Wendy L 357 

Keenan, Denise M 172, 357 

Kehl. Linda M 357 

Keiser. lill M. 357 

Keith, lohn 143 

Keith, Mark D 126 

Kelley. Blaine D 337 

Kelley, Debbie S 357 

Kelley, Lon L 214 

Kelley. Norman D 183 

Kelly, Meghan A 266 

Kelsch, Angela R 317 

Kelsey. Cindy L 357 

Kemper, Dorthy j 317 

Kemper, John B 357 

kempf, Mary E 285 

kendall, Jeffrey A. 285 

kendra, Charles S 206 

kennedy. Gregory L 240. 285 

Kennedy. John WC 337 

Kennedy. Pat 285 

Kenney, Henry C 238 

Kern. Linda M. 230 

Kern, Lisa M 182, 183, 285 

Kersey. Bridget S 317 



Kersting. ludith A 337 

Ketlennng, Kelley A 337 

Key. Rickey L 357 

Keyser, David S 337 

Keyser, Rachael 189 

Khafaji, Mohammad H 337 

Kidd. Allen j 317 

Kidd, Kathy L 220, 244 

Kidd, Kimberly R 220 

kidd, Roy 80. 81, 90, 92 

kilburn. Emily A 317 

kilgallin. Angela C 357 

kilivey, Chns 306 

Kimbrough. Beth 337 

Kimmel, Carole A 95 

Kincaid. jack P 285 

Kincaid. Tom S 199, 357 

Kincer, Paulita G 337 

Kincer. Timothy W 357 

King, Daniel L 286 

King, David C 208 

King, lames P 286 

King, Kalhryn C 186 

King, Mark A 317 

King, Pauletta 317 

King, Teresa I 357 

Kingsley, Clay B 317 

Kinney, Douglas A 182 

Kinzer, Margo L 198, 357 

Kiper, Victona V 183 

Kirby. Dennis W 337 

Kircher, Beth A 317 

Kirk, George S 357 

Kirkpatnck Ann D 192, 220 

Kirkpalrick, Jeffrey 254 

Kirkpatnck, Kenneth 191, 337 

Kirkwood, Molly K 185, 194. 286 

Kiser, Kimberly 337 

Kisker, Stephanie D. 357 

Kissinger, Jeffrey E. 357 

kitchen, jane A 317 

Kitchings, Richard A 118 

kielland. Robert D 193 

Klaren, Brooke 286 

klaren, John H 286 

Klaren, luan 286 

Klaren, Ted 171, 190, 286 

klaren. Zip 286 

Klase. jeanette C 216 

Klatt, Cheryl L 196 

Klein, Mark C 128, 129, 166. 282 

Klein, Mary G 357 

klemens, Martin E 208 

kleven. Can A 207, 286 

Kline, Craig I 337 

Klocke, Angela 67 

Kloeker, Angela L 357 

Kloeker. loseph W 212. 251, 317 

Kloppenburg, Jeffrey 240 

Klotzback, Willred j 240 

Knasel. Kevin K 286 

Knauer. Shan L 337 

Knezevich, Docia M, 224, 357 

Knezevich, Tamera L 226, 286 

Knifley, Chene C 200, 286 

Knight. John R 244 

Knight, Susan G 337 

Knighton. Dana M. 236, 337 

Knisley, Bradley E 252 

Know, Tamera 317 

Knox. Wilma j. 337 

Kobner. David 286 

Kocks, Kevin j 129, 286 

Koeller. letf 236 

Koger, Shelia A 286 

Kohls, lennifer L 357 

Kohnle, Karen j 337 

Kolb, Rebecca A 337 

Kolhoven. Sr. Mary D 282 

Koop. Nancy A 357 

Koos. Thomas A 317 

Korfhage, Karol A. 208, 337 

Kottak, Susan L 210. 214 

Koury. Hameed I 252, 317 

Kovener. David L 250 

Kraft, lill A 337 

Kraft, Susan M 357 

Krai. Michael E 317 

Kramer, Peggy 230 

Kramp. Connie j 185. 357 

Kramp, Robert E 357 

Krasofsky, Karol 337 

Krause, Rebecca M 357 

Krauss, John K 206 

Kreidler. Stephen A. 251 

Kremer, Carl N 25, 27, 125. 170, 171. 286 

Kresge, Kathryn j 317 

kroll. Colleen A 228, 286 

Kromenacker, Bernard 181 

Kroth, Diane L 317 

Kuehn, Linda E 214 

Kuhl, Lewis D 95. 242, 337 

Kuhl. Rose M 208 

Kuhn, Karyn M. 214, 317 

Kuhn. Kimljerly A 222 

Kuhn. Stacie A 170, 220, 357 

Kuhn. Stephen j 170, 242, 286 

Kundel, Linda 220 

Kuniz, Kimberly R 317 

Kurtz, Emily A 183. 317 

Kwak. Dr Tae-Hwan 188 



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Laehu. Nancy j 207. 317 
Lafalce. Barbara j 200, 266 
Laird. Melanie C 357 



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Lake, Lisa 338 

Lake, William 182, 190 

Lake. William K, 286 

Lakes. Marilyn L. 182. 183. 286. 317 

Lakes. Terry W 112, 132, 286 

Lalka. Scott C 286 

Lamar, Cathy L. 317 

Lamb. Chnsiopher R 246. 357 

Lambda Sigma 195 

Lambda Chi Alpha 240 

Lambert. Tern 172. 317 

Lancaster, Deborah L 286 

Lancaster, Donna K 357 

Lancaster. Kay 357 

Lancaster, Larry W. 266 

Lancaster, Sandra S. 338 

Lance, Cynthia C 286 

Land, Gregory L 189. 286 

Land, Gregory S 180. 286 

Land, lesse 236, 317 

Land, Steven E 236, 338 

Landrum. Terry L 286 

Lane. Deborah L. 220, 286 

Lang, Lisa ). 248 

Lang, Nancy |. 198 

Lang, Theresa M. 109 

Langdon. Bill 202 

Langlord. lonathan E 317 

Langtord, Timothy E. 116. 117, 132 

Langley, Connie C 317 

Lankford, Carole A. 109 

Lannon. Bnan M 248 

Lapp, loseph R. [r. 194 

Larabee, Kevin ). 129 

Lashley, Damon L. 252 

Lalhrem, Pamela M. 357 

Laughner, Lon A. 1%. 338 

Lavielle. William R. 206 

Law, Deanna M. 357 

Law. Howard W 181. 246 

Law, Susan I 120, 121 

Lawrence, Karen A. 2 19 

Lawrence, Larry D 185 

Lawrence. Martha E 1%, 338 

Lawrence. Sharon 189 

Lawson, Annette 205. 3l8 

Lawson, Chnsty L. 357 

Lawson, Edwina 338 

Lawson. loseph E. 357. 187. 317 

Lawson. Vickie D 195, 338 

Lay. Robert 191 

Lay, Tom 184, 232 

Layne, ludy M. 205 

Layton, Denise F 338 

Layton, )ohn C. 212. 236 

Leach. Linda S 205. 318 

Leake, Clona |. 357 

Leake. Vaughn B 95, 318 

Lear, Cassie Lee 189 

Lear, Cindy 338 

Lear, Eileen L 194 

Lear, Gayle 338 

Ledford, Tncia L 195, 338 

Lee, Charles D 184, 258 

Lee, Christy R 185, 357 

Lee, Deborah M, 318 

Lee, Emery S. 259 

Lee, lennifer L. 357 

Lee, Paula A 338 

Lee, Sammy M. 266 

Leedy, Mary ). 338 

Leedy, Nancy E 190, 1% 

Leeson, Andrea S 209, 338 

Leet. Kevin M 338 

Lefeber, Melissa R. 318 

Leffler. Lanlynn L. 338 

Lefler. Douglas B 167, 212, 256 

Leftwich, Joyce G 167 

Legner, Dana M. 206, 220 

Lehkamp, leffrey 128, 129 

Lehman, Melanie A 357 

Leming. Kelly L. 338 

Lemon, Robert W 189 

Lentinr, Mary G. 357 

Leonhardt, Mary K 198, 222. 318 

Leopold, Vince C. 357 

Leslie. Mark A. 338 

Lester, lennifer L. 318 

Lewis. Brenda G 230, 357 

Lewis. Debbie 186, 199 

Lewis. Deborah L. 357 

Lewis, loan C. 194, 195, 222 

Lewis. Kelvin 117, 132, 133 

Lewis. Pamela 186 

Lewis. Susan M 160 

Lewis. Vergie E. 288 

Libbee, Nancy I 1%. 338 

Lichty. Dan 198 

Lickert, William D 318 

Liebermann. Ron B 358 

Lienesch, Christopher 318 

Lies, Barbara A, 1%, 288 

Lile. Mark T 246 

Lincoln, Kathleen A. 338 

Lincoln, Stephen A 206 

Lincoln, Susan M 318 

Linderman, Ann C. 358 

Lindon, Kimberly A. 254 

Link. Kimberly A. 358 

Link. Terry C. 187 

Linton, Karen A. 358 

Lisch. Linda M. 318 

Lischkge, Lon A, 203, 288 

Little Colonels 197 

Little, Kimberly K 338 

Little. Lee A- 358 

Littleton, Rebecca G. 338 

Littrell Donna E 266 

Litlrell. Stacey L 197, 358 



Livingood, ). Gregory 213, 242 

Livingood. Mark C. 242, 338 

Livingood, Ronald C. 185 

Lloyd, Sandra I. 338 

Loane, Christi E. 216. 358 

Lockard, Ruthie A 318 

Lockhart, Donald W 288 

Lockhart, Doren R. 251, 318 

Logan. Howard 126. 127 

Logan, lames A 184 

Logan. Stuart |, 183, 288 

Lohr, lanet L 210, 226, 318 

Lohse, Cheryl A 338 

Loless, Elaine 338 

Loless, Patricia E 244 

Londeree, Marilyn |. 358 

Long, C- Timothy 236, 358 

Long, Dean lohn 152 

Long. Kathryn S 288 

Long. Kenneth H. |r 190, 288 

Long. Lynne C 288 

Long, Melanie A. 3, 358 

Long. Melanie A. 338 

Long, Regina I 358 

Longworth, Sheryl A, 1%, 288 

Looker, Michael S 248 

Looney, R Renee 220, 318 

Loran. Mary L 109 

Lon, Yousef AM 318 

Lonng, Bernard D |r 288 

Lothridge, Kevin L, 170, 195, 338 

Lotto, Michael L 198 

Louden, Brenda L ). 306 

Lough, Laura A 288 

Love, Vicki L 358 

Lovely, Robin L. 167, 244, 288 

Lovett, Elizabeth M. 189 

Lovin, Stacy L 201. 338 

Lowe, Ethel D. 318 

Lubs, Susan T 288 

Lucas. Becky I 358 

Lucas. Debra L. 338 

Lucas, Tina 318 

Luckett, Gregory A 318 

Ludlow, Deborah L. 207, 318 

Ludwick. Dale H. 338, 232 

Luersen, Mary T 175. 222 

Luken, Kathleen M. 207, 288 

Lusby, Allyson K 166, 205. 210, 226, 240, 288 

Lusk. Cayle 288 

Luthman, Marge R. 207 

Luttreli. Dormand L. 318 

Luttrell, Steven C, 358 

Luxon, Elizabeth C. 222 

Lykes, Randall S 242 

Lynch, Amy |. 358 

Lynch, Mark A, 182 

Lynch, Sandra 189, 194, 288 

Lynch. Ten M, 182, 183, 318 

Lynn. Michael A. 318 

Lynn. Ruth A. 358 

Lyons. Danny R. 288 

Lyons, leffery K 351 

Lyons, Leslie 199 

Lyons, Marcia E 222 

Lyons, Terry R 182. 183 

Lysle, Yolonda S 288 

Lytle, lohn E 250 



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Mach, Valerie |, 207 

Mack, Floyd B 288 

Mack, Timothy L. 116, 117 

Mackley. lohn M. 242 

Mactavish, Tamara A 250, 288 

Madden, Christopher D 184 

Madden, Deanne C 112, 318 

Madden, Laura I 120. 3l8 

Madden, Sandra K. 358 

Maddox. lohn M. 242. 256 

Madigan, )ohn M. 318 

Madison. Clarence R. 258 

Madison, Roger 212 

Madras, Mansa ) 183, 216 

Maggard, Charles I 358 

Mahan, Gregory K 318 

Mahan, Michael F 252, 266 

Mahler. Angela D 148. 149, 288 

Maiden. Stuart A, 266 

Malcom. Melissa A 220, 288 

Malear. Ralph L. 288 

Maletta, Cheryl A, 288 

Mallard, lamie R. 195. 338. 214 

Maloney. Shannon K 358 

Malvin. lohn W. 266 

Manby. Elizabeth L 200 

Maness, Belinda C 338 

Mangus, Karen A 338 

Manis, Peggy L. 222, 254 

Manis. Theresa L. 189, 318 

Manley, Larrene I 194, 288 

Mann, |oel D 252 

Mannerino, Anna Marie 189 

Manning, Brenda L. 358 

Manning, lay D L. 318 

Mansfield, William Lord 171, 172, 311 

Manuel. Rachel B. 338 

Marcum, Allen 358 

Marcum, Anita L, 358 

Marcum, loiedene 358 

Marcum, Richard D. 182. 183 

Marcu. Tammy |, 358 

Marcum, William R. 182. 288 

Marks, Patty 338 

Marks, Steven A. 289 

Marks, William R 256. 338 



Marlowe. Fred D. 

Marlowe, Karen S, 318 
Marlowe, Menia W. 
Marlowe. Philip T 
Marlowe, Tim D 
Maroons. Marching 176 
Marsh, Dawn F 
Marsh, Ellen R 194. 289 
Marsh, George N 
Marsh, Sharon L 
Marshall, Belinda C. 
Marshall, Bill I. 338 
Marshall, Clyde 
Marshall, Feliaa I. 
Marshall, Karen E. 318 
Marshall. Teresa R. 
Marston, Donn A 
Marslon. Kitty S. 
Martin, Adone L, 318 
Martin, Angela R 
Martin, Barbara L. 289 
Martin. Brenda L 
Martin, Brian D 
Martin. Canna I. 358 
Martin. Cecil N, 
Martin, Charles L. 
Martin. Connie E. 
Martin, Darrell E, 289 
Martin, Dawn E. 289 
Martin, Deborah G. 358 
Martin, Debra L. 
Martin, Dominic L 289 
Martin, Eddie D. 185 
Martin, Edward A 
Martin, Elizabeth H 
Martin, Ellen L, 
Martin, Gentry W, 188, 318 
Martin, George W. 
Martin, lanet 220. 185, 192 
Martin, lanice K. 3l8 
Martin, |ohn 170, 358 
Martin lohn T 358 
Martin, Senator Robert R 25, 142 
Martin. Sally M. 338 
Martin. Sandra 114, 134 
Martin, Susan C 338. 188, 189 
Martin, Tina 289 
Martin, Walter S 338 
Mant, Lee 216 
Maschind, Eddie 236 
Masden. Leiia H. 318 
Mason, Dixie A. 358 
Mason, lennifer L, 358 
Mason, Kevin L. 212, 238 
Mason, Michael A 186. 318 
Mason, Raybum L. 338 
Mason, Victona | 259 
Massey. Robert G. 318, 288 
Massey. William O. Ill 190 
Masters, David A. 338 
Masters, lohn S 251. 318 
Mathews, Thomas A, 236 
Mathis. Michael H 318 
Matthews, Frandne 289 
Matthews. Kelly A 200, 220, 318 
Matthews. Kevin 338 
Mattingly. Bettye I 194, 222, 289 
Mattingly, David B, 338, 234 
Mattingley, Donald 338 
Mattingly, Patncla A 289 
Mattingly, Paul M. 318 
Mattingly, Rodney R, 289 
Mattingly, Sheila G. 338 
Mattox, Dwayne B, 318 
Mattox. Mark T 202, 289 
Maudlin, Kenneth E, 318 
May, Carrie 185, 358 
May, Came M- 358 
May. Gregory D. 212, 254 
May, Lora K 358 
May, Normandie M. 289 
May, Pamela |, 204, 216, 289 
May, Timothy 183 
Mayfield, ludy E, 167 
Maynard. Layne 358 
Mays. Mary K, 1%, 318 
McAdam. Beth A. 203, 216, 289 
McAfee, lacqueline L 289 
McAfee, left 318 
McAninch, Stacey 289 
McBride, David B, 289 
McBride. Harry D. |r 289 
McCann, Teresa M. 289 
McCann, Terri 25 
McCann William 
McCarter, Jerri M. 182, 191 
McCauley, Kelly M 318 
McChesney. Ion C 236 
McClain. Timothy D. 289 
McClanahan, Sandra L, 358 
McClarty. Kyle L. 289 
McClarty, Susan D 201. 222 
McClellan, loanie R. 216 
McCombs. Ion R. 289 
McCombs, Steven A. 246 
McConkey. Margaret E. 222 
McCord, Angela L 218 
McCord, lim 204 
McCormick, Jeff 252 
McCormick, Lynda S 
McCouIey, Kelly 224 
McCoun. Beth R 222, 358 
McCrea, Carolyn A 194 
McDaniel, Douglas W 248 
McDaniel, Kathleen A. 197, 358 
McDaniel, Timmy W, 166, 289 
McDevilt, Mary L- 226. 358 
McDonald. Holly S 222 
McDonald, Lisa B, 254 



McEnaney, Gina L 170, 171 
McFarland, Barton C 252 
McFarland, lames R. 259 
McFarland, Tina M 185 
McCaughey, Lester C. 244 
McGee, Maroa L 289 
McGeorge. Vira L 184 
McGill. Mary R. 358 
McGlasson, Mary 301 
McGonigle. Dale E. 358 
McGovem, Ramona 112, 113 
McCrady, Colleen A. 170, 192, 358 
McGrath, Gregory L, 358 
McHenry, Larry E. 205. 240 
McHugh. Pamela A 197, 201. 214 
Mcintosh, John D 289 
Mclntyre, Beth A. 185, 201 
Mdntyre, Nceie 201 
McWiaul, Ranard 90 
McKay, Cheryl E 216 
McKee. Denise 358 
McKeehan. Barbara 5. 289 
McKenna. Kim A. 248, 289 
McKenna, Mark R, 290 
McKenzie, Barry S 212. 244 
McKinney, Archie B. 193 
McKinney, Mary L. 290 
McKnight, Matthew T 109 
McKoy, William |r 185 
McLaughlin, Dan | 358 
McLean, Karen I 194 
McManus, Lisa S 358 
McManus, Lori A. 209 
McMillan, Loyd R. 67 
McNabb, Margaret C. 222 
McNeil, Kathleen M. 358 
McNeil, Patti E. 358 
McNichol, Robert F 132. 248, 292 
Mclntoch. lohn 232 
McPhaul, Ranard G 90 
McQuilkln. lohanna C. 170 
McQuinn. Mary A. 175, 290 
McSlone, David 240 
McWhorter, Dixie L 358 
McWhorter, Lois A 358 
McWhorter, Lou W 358 
McWhorter, Mary 358 
McWhorter, Tanya R 358 
McWhorter, Vicki P 358 
Meadows, Missy 340 
Meadows, Wan-en C. 290 
Meek, leffrey L 340 
Meek. Melissa A 216 
Meek, Paula R. 340 
Meeks, Linda |. 200, 290 
Meerman, Steve M 122. 123 
Megargel, Harold 8 290 
Megargel, Robert L. 232 
Megel, Palnck Keith lOO 
Mehok. loseph T 290 
Meinzer, |ohn M 290 
Meisenheimer, Ben A 123, 187 
Meisenheiner, Dr lohn 187 
Mejel, Mohammed H, 
Mckenzie. ScotI 340 
Mengos, Nick W 204, 290 
Merchant, Camille E. 95 
Merrtt, Lola E 186, 320 
Messer. Anita K 185. 290 
Misser. Shemy L 226 
Messer, Vicki L 154 
Messerknecht, loan M, 112, 113 
Metcalf, Barry C 187 
Metcalfe, Mark L 182. 190, l9l 
Metz. Nannette I. 338 
Metzger, lames A 208 
Mewkirk, Mark 320 
Meyer. lerry D 290 
Meyer, Mary K. 207 
Meyer, Robin L 226. 340 
Meyer, Steven R 193, 242 
Middendorf, David I 181 
Middleton, Kevin S. 290 
Mieure, Kelli D. 340 
Milbum, Betty L. 290 
Miles. Robert E. 290 
Miles. Sheila D. 340 
Millard, Laurie A. 290 
Miller, Anthony E, 320 
Miller, Brian D. 244 
Miller, Connie |. 
Miller, Chris 254, 290 
Miller, Cindy 134 
Miller, David 193, 208 
Miller, Deborah L. 340 
Miller, Eddie |. 242 
Miller, Emily B. 207, 290 
Miller. Gary C 340 
Miller, Jeffrey 178 
Miller. Jeffrey O. 320 
Miller, Katherine L. 340 
Miller, Keith 254 
Miller, Kevin |. 187 
Miller. Usa 290 
Miller. Melinda K- 230 
Miller, Myra L. 187, 195, 340 
Miller, Pamela D. 326 
Miller, Patrida 290, 340 
Miller. Rebecca S. 226, 340 
Miller. Robert |. 
Miller, Dr Robert 339 
Miller, Rosella J. 290 
Miller, Rusty L. 340 
Miller, Sandra J, 200, 290 
Miller, Susan A 205. 340 
Million. William N. 183. 320 
Mills, Arthur R, 320 
Mills, Betty 134 
Mills, Jennifer R. 180, 188. 194, 290 



Mills, Susan L 320 

Mindrum, C ScotI 246 

Mingus. Susan M 340 

Minter, Mona V 340 

Miracle, Sharon K. 340 

Mitchell. Angela K 187 

Mitchell, Bruce 100. 101 

Mitchell, Chnstopher 199 

Mitchell, David E. 246 

Mitchell, Gregory S 340 

Mitchell, Karen L 170, 195. 340 

Mitchell, Kimberly G. 340 

Mitchell. Marsha A. 340 

Mitchell, Tony E. 186 

Mivelaz. Shan D 173. 210 

Moamenah, Salem M. 320 

Mock. Karen 337 

Modena, Mary R. 42, 210, 320 

Moeiler, Mark 234 

Moeller, Julia A. 222 

Mohr, Jerome T 320 

Mo)se|enko. Anna |. 182, 190 

Molden, Lisa |, 114, 115, 134, 340 

Moldrem, Lynette D. 170 

Monawar, Osama H 290 

Monhollon, Kathryn A, 167 

Montgomery, Carol 290 

Montgomery, Carolyn J 200, 201 

Montgomery. Glenda J 290 

Montgomery. Pamela I. 290 

Montgomery, Robert B. 320 

Montoney, Kayler D. 320 

Moody, Leisha K, 340 

Moon, Susan D 340 

Mooney. Bill H. 248 

Moore. Caria A, 180, 194, 222, 320 

Moore, Deana L. 172, 173, 230 

Moore, Donna C 207, 320 

Moore. Gina D 290 

Moore. James 212. 246 

Moore. Jerry 117 

Moore, John B, 290 

Moore. Kerry I 188 

Moore. Michael L, 191 

Moore, Neville L. 232 

Moore, Patrida E 340 

Moore. Suellen 209. 340 

Moore. Vikki I 1%. 320 

Moorman, Mary B. 340 

Moran. Johannah E. 203 

Morehead. CarIa L 170, 320 

Moreland, Jane 207 

Morell. Dawn 360 

Morgan, lames E 246, 320 

Morgan, lean K 44, 244 

Morgan, Kevin L 246 

Morgan, Linda C, 244 

Morgan, Mitzi L 228, 360 

Morguson. Robert K 236 

Mon-eau, Kathenne L 167, 228 

Monis. Alfred 180 

Morris. Katrina R 203 

Morris, Kimberly A 205, 216 

Morris. Michael 181 

Morris. Michael 340 

Moms, Rhonda 5, 164, 165, 166. 167, 188, 202 

Morris. Susan 164 

Morns, Teresa M 

Morris. Tina 360 

Morrison, John B 206 

Morrison, Patsy J 320 

Morrison, Scott 251 

Moseley. Timmy D 207, 320 

Mosely, Lori A 360 

Moser, Barbara E 182 

Moses, Dallas A.T 184. 320 

Motley, Paul 198 

Moulton, Stephen R II 340 

Mounts, Donna J 

Mountsoy. Shawn 232 

Mountz. Edsel R 201, 303 

Moyer, Leslie |. 226 

Mudd, Ann B 209 

Mudd, Frances A. 180, 320 

Muirhead, Annie M, 320 

Mukes, Sandra L 102, 106 

Mulholland, Mary A 340 

Mull. Rhonda J 167, 205 

Mullins. Christopher 340 

Mullins, John D 360 

Mullins, Mark E. Sr 

Mullins, Martha 110 

Mullins. Paula S. 230 

Mullins, Robin L. 197, 340 

Murphy, Brenda L 207 

Murphy, Diane 103. 106 

Murphy, Lee J 189. 320 

Murphy, Nicholas C. 212, 244 

Murphy, Sharon S. 320 

Murray, Sherri L. 360 

Muss. Cristie L. 205. 360 

Muth, David M. 251. 340 

Myers, Joseph E 128. 129, 320 

Myers. Kimberiy A 250 

Myers, Leola C. 340 

Myers, Ralph E 206 

Myers, Todd A 201, 212, 250 

Mynatt, Unda S 292 



— N— 

Nabors Richard A. 198, 242 
Naltey, Robin A 292. 340 
Nance, Cindy 320 
Nance. Jamie B. 203 
Nance, Susan B 292 
Napier, Clifford R. 360 



378 



Napier. Michael B 180, 190 

Napier. Reta S 292 

Naser, Ronald L 340 

Nalalie. Howard M 292 

Nave. Paul 320 

Neal, Charles C 190. 292 

Neal, Danny A 320 

Neal, lanie E 1%, 360 

Neal, left 212, 250 

Neal, Pamela I 360 

Neal, Woody 360 

Necleno, Cheryl A 248 

Nee(. Sandra R 360 

Neeld. Deborah |, 360 

Neelv, Nancy 292 

Neglev. Marsha E 185. 360 

Neikirk. Laura A. 160, 194. 292 

Nelson, lennie 340 

Netherton, Kurt B 246 

Neumann, Unda M 187, 340 

Newberry. Jacqueline 340 

Newby. Dean 182 

Newell, Julie N. 222, 340 

Newell, Vicky A. 320 

Newkrrk. Rebecca I 185, 320 

Newkrrk. Sandra K 185, 340 

Newport. Kimberiy A 360 

Newsome, Karen L 306. 340 

Newton, Cathy I 320 

Newton, lackueline 207, 340 

Newton, Lynelte K 199 

Nicely. Teresa C 222 

Nicholas, Apnl B. 360 

Nicholas, Ion O 292 

Nicholas, Mary S 222 

Nicholas. Thomas P 206 

Nichols, Elee 320 

Nichols. Nanette L 320 

Nicholson, Johnnie W. 292 

Nickell, Debra I 230 

Nickey. Karen A. 360 

Niemann. Susan M 166 

Noel. Karen L 340 

Nolan, Rose M, 292 

Nolan, Sharon A. 292 

Nolte, Sandra E 340 

Nordheim. Usa J 170. 204, 360 

Norfleet. lolynn 292 

Norfleet. Vicki L 320 

Norman. Glen M. 129 

Noms, Andrea K 166, 188, 195, 220 292 

North, Maryanne T 320 

Northcutt, Ronnie K 341 

Nonhojtt, Tracy L 360 

Norton. Kathenne S 292 

Norton. Lisa A. 198, 306 

Nunn, Kathv D 320 

Nunn. Timothy C 240 



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Oaks. Hyman R |r 360 

Obannon. Arthur L )r 185. 341 

Oberg, Bnan I 123 

Oberst, Mary C 203 

Obryan, Michelle M. 172, 360 

Ochsenbein, Charles D. 193 

O'Connell. Patnaa A. 167. 292 

O'Daniel. Kathenne R, 320 

O'Donnell. Kathleen M. 341 

Odum. Henry 68 

Oeder. Rhonda S 222, 341 

Oeswein, Nancy A. 170 

Offutt, lane M 226 

Oflahavan, Michael L 202 

Ogara, Kathy L 292. 360 

Ogara, Maureen E 360 

Ogden. Dr Manon 203 

Ogilvie. Ion S 242 

O'Hara, Pamela |. 341 

Ohimann. Annette 170. 171. 341 

Oknjhiica, Mark E. 242 

Olde, Karen E 341 

Oldham. Kathy L. 320 

Oldham, Zachary C. 320 

Oliver. Barbara A 188. 194. 205, 292 

Oliver. Jacqueline C 292 

Oliver. Kathy L 209 

Oliver. Phill T 292 

Oliver. William E 360 

Omega Psy Phi 258 

ONeil, Robert L 360 

Orman, lohn D 194. 292 

Orme, Cynthia L 320 

ORourke. Carolyn M. 190, 220. 292 

O'Rourke. Trmothy R 360 

Ortiz, lay 341. 320 

Osbom, Holly W, 222. 341 

Osbom, Mary E 320 

Osborne, Anna M 230, 320 

Osbome, Carolyn R 230, 360 

Osborne, Kay 365 

Osbome, Mary E 222, 230, 320 

Osboum. Alice E 201. 302 

Oschwald, Dawn L 360 

Osley. Doretha L 341 

Osvath, Karia D 204 

Otaibi, Maayouf 320 

Otero, Anita M, 288 

Ott, Pamela L 214 

Otter, Nancy W 226, 341 

Outlaw, Chns G 170 

OveraD. Dana C 320 

Overstreel, Craig L. 341 

Overstreet, Donna M. 321 

Overton, Pamela S. 360 

Owen, Lisa L. 226 



Owens, Crystal F 360 
Owens, lami M 360. 186 
Owens, Kirby 252 
Owsley. Paul D 259 



— P— 

Packell. Leonard V 341 

Pagel. Chnslopher Y 341 

Paige, Keith R 360 

Paine. Thomas 16 

Painter, Paula L. 341 

Palazzolo. Lynne E 112 

Palechek, lulia A 51, 341 

Palmer. Douglas E Jr 232 

Palmer, Elizabeth C 167, 194, 292 

Palmer, Keith A 164, 167. 170. 171, 192. 292 

Palmer, Leslie E 230, 341 

Palmer. Michael 254 

Palmer, Michelle M 321 

Palovic, SD 250 

Pangalio, Fortunate R 129 

Pannell, Nancy I. 341 

Pappas, Ted C 341 

Parham, Kim K 292 

Parham, Teresa A. 360 

Pans, Doug A 360 

Parker, Barbara F 292 

Parker. Danny L. 292 

Parker, Laura S 186, 292 

Parker, Michael K. 232 

Parker, Tammela G. 226. 321 

Parks. Darren L. 341 

Parks, Sharon K 341 

Parngan, Jennifer L 197, 216. 341 

Pams. Anthony R 259 

Parrish, Diane M, 220 

Pamsh, len^ D 86, 87 

Pamsh, Leiia M 189 

Parsons, Gary E 293 

Parsons, Kevin K. 246 

Parsons. Mary P 222 

Partington, Jana L. 293 

Pasley, Jennifer S 360 

Pate, Jen> 132 

Patnck, Randall R. 321 

Patnck, Sheila A 341 

Patsiavos, Tina 360 

Patten, Judy G. 341 

Patterson. Juliann 341 

Patterson. Pamela R. 321 

Patterson. Rebecca S 321 

Pation, Lesa G 321 

Paul, Dennis A. 193 

Paul, Michael 181, 183 

Paul. Michele L. 45, 242, 293. 321 

Pauley, Phyllis D 198, 341 

Pavlovic, Jay D. 293 

Payne, Donna M. 341 

Payne, Elizabeth K 180. 194. 293 

Payne, Jeannine M. 321 

Payne. Kelly S 180, 321 

Payton, |erry L 259, 341 

Pazarentzos, Mana 114, 115. 134. 341 

Peabody, Bonnie S 34 1 

Peace, Rebecca L 360 

Pearson, Hubert 167 

Peck, Anna L 360 

Peddicord, Douglas E 129 

Pedigo, Sherry A, 341 

Pedneau. Mike 293 

Peege. Steve E 246 

Pelfrey, Chen 180 

Pelster. Sarah J 112 

Pelz, Unda M 360 

Pena, William T 252 

Pence, Douglas A. 341 

Pence, Kerry L. 195, 321 

Pence, Lisa S 360 

Pendergest, Rebecca K. 360 

Pendleton, Regina A 341 

Penn. Melisa J 110. Ill 

Penske. liil A 205, 216 

Pequignot. Anette S. 360 

Pequrgnot. Renee L. 190, 321 

Perbil. Daniel M. 321 

Perdue. Jeffery L. 293 

Perkins, Dana L. 321 

Perkins, David E. 132 

Perkins, Douglas D 341 

Perkins, Jay 295 

Perkins. Lois A 360 

Perkins. Lora K 230, 341 

Perrino, Dominic A 128. 129 

Perry. Elvena M. 321 

Perry, Lisa 228 

Pershing Rifles 199 

Pesavento, Todd E 246 

Peters, Douglas W 195, 256. 341 

Peters, Ricky 360 

Peters, Susan E 341 

Peterson, Amy C 186 

Peterson, Bonni S 341 

Peterson. Harry | 167. 293 

Peterson. Lon M 216. 341 

Peterson, Mary L 222 

Petrotf. Michael R 244 

Pettibone, Kara |. 292 

Pettit. Dwayne I. 321 

Petlil, Gregg A 183. 321 

Phans, lanice C 321 

Phelps, Elizabeth A. 203 

Phelps, I.W 143 

Phelps. Norma K 293 

Pherigo, Charles A, 

Phi Beta Lambda 

PN Epsion Kappa 198 



Phi Beta 260 

Phi Mu 226 

Phi Upsilon Omicron 200 

Phi Kappa Phi 167 

Phi Kappa Tau 256 

Phi Delta Theta 242. 260 

Phillips, Bnan C 212. 251 

Phillips, Candice L 341 

Phillips, Christopher 360 

Phillips. Elizabeth E 321 

Phillips, lohn K 34 1 

Phillips, Marsha S 321 

PhUlips. Michael 252 

Phiinps. Ruth A. 293 

PNllips. Ruth T 109 

Phillips. Steven M 182, 183, 293 

Phillips, Thomas M. 118. 119 

Phillips, Tracy L 341 

Phoenix. Pamela J 293 

Phi Beta Phi 32, 228 

Phi Omega Pi 201 

PickJe, Kitty Y 189 

Picklesimer, Cassie 341 

Picton, Tammi L 293 

Pieracacos, Nick I 193 

Pierce. Ann R M 181 

Pierce, Unda L 167, 170, 171, 292 

Piercy, Kimble D 186, 293 

Pigg, Steve E 360 

Pike Kappa Alpha 212. 244 

Ping, Pamela I. 341 

Pinkston. Charies D 321 

Pinkston. William HI 132, 238 

Pinson. Kelly L 341 

Pitman. Sandra G 341 

Pittman, Robyn L 321 

Pitts. Kathenne A 364 

Placke. Teresa I 361 

Plant, Robert A. 206 

Platl, Kimberiy L 293 

Pleasanta, Laure A, 293 

Pleasants, Peggy L. 293 

Plotis, Patricia E 293 

Plummer, Kathy L. 183, 321 

Plummer, Renee 361 

Pogue. Shen L 182. 183, 207 

Poitier. Wendy I 306 

Pollard, Debra |. 201. 341 

Pollard, Mark A 321 

Polvino, Geri 112 

Poole. Larry W, 183 

Poore, Kathy 341 

Poore. Martha C. 293 

Pope. David K 361 

Pope, Victona L 110 

Porter, Carl D 123 

Posey. Dean Robert 160 

Post. Ronald L 321 

Potensky, Mary J. 293 

Pottetger, John D |r 321 

Potter. Jeff 112 

Potter, Lynn A 293 

Potter, Mary J 204, 293 

Powell. Grace E 361 

Powell, Jacquelyn C 110, 166. 202. 293 

Powell, Jeanette I 361 

Powell, Joanne W. 228, 342 

Powell, Kimberiy A 134, 293, 321 

Powell, Patsy S 361 

Powell, President ),C 21, 25, 138. 139, 170 

Powell, Randall Q 170. 212, 251. 321 

Powell, Teresa F 109. 167 

Powers, Deborah L 321 

Poynter, Beverly K 321 

Poynter, Wtlella 228. 342 

Prall, Bnan L 166. 192, 248 

Prall, layne R 220. 342 

PraJl. MikeE, 248, 321 

FYater. Tamyra A 321 

Prather. Steven L 361 

Pratt, Charies W H 293 

Pratt, Mark L 246 

Pratt, Patnaa L 294 

Preece. Chariotte 342 

Presson, William C 170, 195, 246, 321 

Preston. Mark E 200 

Preston Mark K 200. 294 

Preston. Robert K. 195 

Preston. Woodford E 321 

Prewitt. Robbyn L 198, 226, 294 

Prewitt. Ronald C 251 

Pribble. Belinda G 342 

Pnce. Usa L 321 

Pnce, Maggie L 216, 361 

Price, Maria R 342 

Price, Richard I 294 

Pnce, William T 182, 192, 199, 361 

Pridmore, loseph E 294 

Pnester. David C 176 

Prince, Chnstopher 5 342 

Pnnce, Marc S 361 

Prindle, Donald B 244 

Privitera, Jillann 342 

Procacono, Joseph P 342 

h-ocior. Cynthia L 361 

Progress 174 

Prop. Usa F 361 

Provost. Enc L. 306 

PRSSA 201 

Prueitt, Nathaniel I 342 

Psi Chi 202 

Puckelt, Anthony R, 246, 342 

Pucketl, Larry W 185. 321 

Puckett. Shery L, 185, 342 

Pugh, Terry A 248. 294 

PuDem. Susan L. 361 

PuUiam. Shanda |, 175 

Purdy. Laura D 108. 109, 294 

Putnam, lennifer W, 294 



Putz. Charlene M 361 
Pyle, Angela K 220. 361 
Pyles. Cynthia N 220, 321 



-Q- 

Quaries, Kelvin C 259. 321 
Quebbeman. Peter L 246 
Queen. Cathy L 220, 342 
Quesne, Scott E 128, 129, 202 
Quillar. William 182 
Quinnelly. Bryan T 234 
Quitter. Karen M 188, 294 



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Rabenecker, Robert £ 294 

Rader, Usa M 226 

Raffignone. April L 361 

Ra^nd, Natalie M 361 

Raike, Usa K 209 

Raike. Stephen M 190, 195 

Railey, Sally R 294 

Raines, Cynthia J. 342 

Raines. Roy M 321 

Rainey, Dr lane 271 

Rains, Rhonda L 294 

Raiey, Karen R 361 

Ralston, Alma J 294 

Rambo, Deborah K 207 

Ramey, Rodney |. 232 

Ramsey. David A 321 

Ramsey, Tern 321 

Randolph, Augalyn C 294 

Randolph, Barry S. 250 

Randolph, Cynthia A 190. 206, 250, 294 

Randolph, Kirk T 250 

Randolph, William M. 361 

Rankin, Timothy C. 250 

Rassinier, Amy J 342 

Rathgeber, Garrett D 321 

Rathunde, Ludlle M. 166, 216 

Rallitf, ieniter 268 

Ratliff, Philip Q 248, 294 

Ratliff. Phyllis C 321 

Ratliff. Teresa L 361 

Ratliff, Wanda T 294 

Rauch. Linda R. 166. 207. 220. 294 

Raven. Alan R 123, 206 

Ray, Candace A 321 

Raymond Joseph M 342 

Rea. Ronald G 193 

Read, James K 190 

Reagan, President Ronald 21 

Ream. Holly 222, 321 

Reams, leffrey A 321 

Reams. Kimberiy J 294 

Rebholz, Steven J 129. 321 

Rechburg, Roben 240 

Recreation Club 203 

Redden. Tyrone C 186, 212, 238 

Reder, Suzanne R 321 

Redmon. Usa J. 1% 

Reece, Pamela D 316 

Reece, Sandra K 316 

Reed, Andrea I 294 

Reed, Brenda J 200, 294 

Reed, Dana M 185 

Reed, Donna 112, 134 

Reed, Janey C 342 

Reed, Jeffery 342 

Reed, Maxine 186, 342 

Reed. Sue C 342 

Rees, Jane B 220, 361 

Reese, Sandra L 361 

Reeser, Cynthia M. 342 

Reeves, Amy L 208 

Regenauer, Bryan D 256. 342 

Rehberg. Robert W 294 

Reichenbach. Chariotte 361 

Reid. Mary A 246 

Reid, Robert L 361 

Reinstedler. Laune E 180, 294 

Reiser. Lynette R 230 

Reister. Mary F 228 

Remington. Usa A. 342 

Remley, Tracy M 68 

Renfrew, Jimmy L, 294 

Renn, Theresa A 342 

Renner. Anna L 114 

Revell. Debra A 183 

Reynolds. Anthony L 322 

Reynolds, Beth A. 361 

Reynolds, lanw L 322 

Reynolds. Lee 342 

ReynoWs. Patnda D 361 

Reynolds Regina M, 187 

ReynokJs, Scott A 268 

Rho Epsilon 202 

Rhodus, Steven N 361, 251 

Rhoddus. Teresa A 294 

Rhymer, Lynn P 322 

Ribel. fames 184 

Rice, Barbara A 219 

Rice, Diane R 207, 1%, 342 

Rice. Eugenia L 216, 342 

Rice, Lawrence C 268 

Rich. Cathenne M 214. 342 

Rich. Robm N 216 

Richards, Stephen C 201 

Richardson, Elizabeth 222. 361 

Richardson. EDen R. 322 

Richardson. Usa R. 342 

Richardson. Lynn S. 322 



Richardson, Michael D 201 

Richardson. Paula B 228 

Richardson. Saunda C 186. 322 

Richen, Brent A 244. 361 

Richer!, Rhonda L 170, 220. 244. 342 

Richey. Bnan K 236 

Richie, lason W |r 194 

Richter, Tern A 226, 322 

Richwalsky, Patnce 180. 194, 294 

Ricke, Mike A 212, 244. 361 

Riddle. David A 342 

Riddle, lamce C 342 

Riddle, Kimberiy S 199. 342 

Rider. Tnna A 342 

Ridgley, Carole S 361 

Ridgley, Cindra S 342 

Ridley. Julia A 1% 

Ridner, Marvin D 294 

Riet, Kimberiy A 361 

Riehemann. Martin P 294 

Rieser. William P %. 98. 100 

Rigg, Kelly I 184 

Riggle. David A 361 

Riggs. lames D 342 

Riley, Elizabeth A 53, 246 

Riley, Kevin I 233 

Ritchie Constance A 342 

Ritchie. Robyn Taylor 192 

Ritter. Lydia S 206 

Rizenbergs, David I 244 

Rizzardi, Teresa M 201 

Roaden, Debbie K 189 

Roades, loyce C 226 

Roan, Sarah A 228 

Roari(, Mary A 361 

Roaric, Sue E 114, 342 

Robbins. Marc 256 

Robbins, Thomas D 148 

Robbins, Timothy L 361 

Roberts, Chariotte A 342 

Roberts, Chnstine I 361 

Roberts, Donna L 166, 190 

Roberts. Dorothy S. 361, 180 

Roberts, Everett E Jr 182. 342 

Roberts, George R 361 

Roberts, Jae L 205 

Roberts. Jennifer S 361 

Roberts. Kenny C 236 

Roberts. Lynn 210, 222 

Roberts, Margo S 109 

Roberts, Margol M 322 

Roberts. Michael 187, 248 

Roberts. Philip D 322 

Roberts, Sharon L 1% 

Roberts, Sharon 361 

Roberts. William M 166, 167 

Robenson. Chns C 246 

Robertson, Dan-HI A 342 

Robertson, Saundra A 322 

Robertson, Susan L 342 

Robenson. W Scott 170. 322 

Robertson, William T 194 

Robinette, Danny R 206 

Robinson, Alonzo R 342 

Robinson, Becky l" 230 

Robinson, Bnan K. 

Robinson, Cariene 342 

Robinson, Chariotte L 218 

Robinson. Connie M 322 

Robinson. Danny B. 342 

Robinson. Debra A 218 

Robinson, Elizabeth A 342 

Robinson. Kent S 2% 

Robinson. Leslie S- 222 

Robinson, Lisa 47 

Robinson, Lisa I 342 

Robinson, Rob 246 

Robinson, Robert E |r 2% 

Robinson, Tammy L 2% 

RoWin, Raymond W 2% 

Rodgers, Tammy D 226, 2% 

Rogan, lean M 342 

Rogers, Debra L 322 

Rogers, Edwina J 204 

Rogers, Elizabeth A. 361 

Rogers, lanice L 322 

Rogers. Melissa M 226. 250, 322 

Rogers. Michele C, 361 

Rogers. Samuel S. 207 

Rolf. Davkj W 123 

Rolf, lames 207. 248. 2% 

Rolwing. Usa H 230 

Root. Randy A 248 

Rose. Danny L 2% 

Rose, Debra L 204, 268 

Rose, loel E 2% 

Rose. Robert D, 182 

Rose. Susan C 361 

Ross, Malinda S 220. 361 

Ross, Nancy L 296 

Ross, Rodger L 252, 322 

Rossetti. Angela N 2% 

Rotert, Nancy L 216. 2% 

Roth, Kelley A 296 

Rolhacker. Dana L 220 

Rothel, Usa C 186, 2% 

Rothwell, Dale £ Jr 160, 232. 2% 

Rotunrro, Chnstine M 322 

Rouiledge, Beth A 322 

Rowlett, Otis 250 

Rowlette, Dr lohn 141 

Rowlette. Melinda L 361 

Royalty. Marsha G 2% 

Royalty, Sandra D 234, 2% 

Royster. Cynthia L 2% 

Rozak. Unda S 214. 244 

Rozen. Alyaa I 167 

Rubel, lames A. 95 

RucJdell. Mark T 322 



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Ruehrwein, lennrfer R 220. 244 
Ruehrwein, Sharon C 230 
Ruffu. Peter X 118. 119 
Rullman. Lisa C. 230 
Runion. Pamela I. 203 
Runyan. Amy I 362 
Runyan, Holly L. 322 
Runyon, Ona C 218, 2% 
Rupe, Arthur W 322 
Rupert, )oy L. 110 
Rush. Patnaa L 226. 322 
Rushing, Mary E. 201, 322 
Rushing. Karen 251 
Russell. Breoda L W 296 
Russell, Chnstopher 236 
Russell. Connie L 322 
RusseU, Jennie L. 228, 362 
Russell, Mark A, 296 
Russell, Ruth A 2% 
Rutledge. Kalhlene M 362 
Rulledge. Tracey E 362 
Ruiz, Gary C. 181 
Ryan. Michael A, 232 
Ryder, Sheila C 322 



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Saalteld. Esther E 166, 167 

Saalfeld. Fussie 188, 216 

Sabad, Karen 362 

Sdcre. Scottie R 246, 322 

Sadler. Alan B- 322 

Sage, Kevin E 322 

Salerno. Patricia |. 296 

Sallee, Linda 2% 

Sallee, Michael D 322 

Salsman, Mary L 362 

Samkan. Adnan ) 322 

Sammons, Linda 226 

Sammons, Keith 362 

Sammons. Tammie K. 204. 322 

Sammons, Teresa M. 220 

Samuels. Angela D 2% 

Sanders, Eve M 214. 362 

Sanders, Jennifer E 322 

Sanders, Laura 194 

Sanders. Mimi R 362 

Sanders, Regina 362 

Sanders, Robin 214 

Sandlin, Dewana 1%. 322 

Sandman, leanne M 322 

Sandusky. )ohn D. 322 

Sarakatsannis. Melissa 220. 362 

Sasser. Kimberly L 1%, 322 

Salterfield, Steve N. 362 

Satterly, Ronda C 186 

Saunlry. Willard D 251 

Savage. Michael A 212. 240 

Savage, Teresa L 2% 

Sayler, Eric B 2% 

Saylor, Charles B |r 194. 268 

Saylor, Leisa A 248, 2% 

Saylor, Ron 362 

Scanlon, lames E 129, 2% 

Scarlett, Tracey R 230 

Scarsconj. losie 297 

Schaefer. Susan 134 

Schaerges, Robert 297 

Schaffer, Susan E 134 

Schattlein. Lisa 362 

Schank. lackie F 230 

Scharnhorst, Dina ) 297 

Schawann, Robert I 322 

Schehr, Susan A 344 

Schellhaas, Edward R 200, 204. 344 

Schelling, |ill 362 

Scherer, Kathie E 114 

Scheynost, Scott F 236, 292 

Schipske, Timothy |. 254 

Schlanser. Michael 362 

Schlatter, David E. 185. 297 

Schmidt, Gail D 322 

Schmidt. John M. 118. 119 

Schmidt, Karen A. 187 

Schmitt, Gregory L 244 

Schneider, Beth A 222, 322 

Schneider, David H. 208 

Schneider. Michael 297 

Schnennger, Cheryl A 226, 344 

Schnier, Rusty 232 

Schnitzler, Melinda 344 

Schnitzler. Patsy 362 

Schnorr. Amy L 185, 322 

Schoenacker. Irving D. 297 

Schons, Kathleen M 224 

Schoo, Kelly 166, 297 

Schooler. Alex E 344 

Schrock. Ion 297 

Schroder, Donald T |r 256 

Schroeter, Laune B 222, 344 

Schuler. Chnstine M. 322 

Schuler, Ray 190 

Schulte. David H. 195, 206 

Schulte. Vicki D- 1%. 297 

Schultz. leHery I 132, 344 

Schulze, Kathleen 362 

Schutt. Anthony T 206 

Schwabe. Kip A 297 

Schweitzer, Christine 167 

Schweitzer. Sheryl R 322 

Schwendau. Martha A 322 

Schwenderman, loseph 167 

Scott. Debra ) 214. 344 

Scott, Donald 259 

Scoll, lames F 186 

Scott, lames R. 322 

Scott, lim 123 



Scott. Kimbefty F 204, 214. 322 

Scolt. Rebecca I 297 

Scott, Rodney 244, 362 

Scolt, Shannon L 344 

Scott, Shan D 186, 344 

Scott, Tammy L 180. 297 

Scott. Tnsh 297 

Scurlock, Stacy L. 189 

Seaholm. Bobby 126 

Sears, Curtis E. 344 

Sears, Ian A 344 

Seay, Carol A. 167, 184, 206. 297 

Sebastian, Charles D 252 

Sebastian. Elizabeth 182, 191, 195 

Sebastian, Hope E 362 

Sehaibani. Ibrahim S 344 

Sells, Sheila M 198, 222 

Sembillo, Queenie S 362 

Semler. Constance I 344 

Seng, Diane M 198, 344 

Sennett, Garry M 240 

Senzer. Bethany L 362 

Serini, Shirley A. 201 

Settle, Stephen M 244, 297 

Settles. Lynn 195 

Settles. Rick |. 

Seward, Susan M 268 

Seweli. Leslie K 214. 344 

Sexton, Dale E 185, 344 

Sexton. Richard D 232 

Sexton, Vice President William 140, 141 

Seybold, Kurt G 199 

Shackleford, Mary 297 

Shadburne. William C 242 

Shadoan, Vickie L 220, 344 

Shafer, Dean L 232 

Shaffer. Debora E 297 

Shaffer, Lora K 175 

Shahn, Ahmed A 297 

Shank, lim L 362 

Shannon, Patncia A 194. 216 

Sharp, Donna K 202 

Sharp, Linda S 268 

Sharp. Dr. Robert 319 

Sharpe, Donna B. 362 

Shave. Gregory S 166, 167, 199, 297 

Shaver. |udy K 362 

Shaw, Ban^ W 184 

Shaw, David P 268 

Shaw, Kathryn D 210, 220, 244 

Shaw. Tammy K 362 

Shawen, Gregg M 126 

Shawler. Ruby C 185 

Shearer. Fred H 246. 297 

Shearer, lohnny F 297 

Sheeran. Susan C, 344 

Sheets. Denise 197 

Shelbume, Markita |. 166. 174. 175. 297 

Shelley. Patty L 362 

Shelton, Carlotta C 192, 297 

Shelton, Cheryl K 222 

Shelton, Donald C 268 

Shelton, lames R 268 

Shelton, Patnck L 189. 256 

Shelton, Tom D 126 

Shemelya, Mary E 230 

Sherman, Marsha H 167. 207 

Sherrill. Bnan T 251 

Shen-od, Carol F 297 

Sbields, Cathenne L 214 

Shields, Glenn A. 344 

Shireman. Leigh E 297 

Shirley. Pamela A 170, 228 

Shirley. Paula R 216, 344 

Shivel. Marjone C 362 

Shoemaker. Diane M 184 

Shoemaker. Ian R 297 

Shore. Melissa L 114. 344 

Short. Barry K 167 

Short, Dorothy 297 

Short. Patncia K 1%. 344 

Shover, Michael D. 362 

Shouse, Hallie 143 

Shuber, Timothy M. 201 

Shuff. Susan D 222 

Shuler, Jacqueline I 298 

Shwer, Ray 182 

Shupe. leffrey L 246 

Shurman. Paul 254 

Shuttleworth, lohn W 193 

Sickmeier. Susan I 220, 244 

Sievert. Terrance L 124 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 246 

Sigma Chi 248 

Sigma Nu 251 

Sigma Tau Alpha 205 

Sigma Tau Delta 205 

Sigma Tau Pi 206 

Sigma Pi 250 

Silkey, Usa M 214. 244 

SimmefTTian, Kimberly F 298 

Smmons. Unda D 201. 344 

Simmons. Mark E, 95 

Simon, Rebecca I 188 

SirTKtnsen. Laura A 226. 296 

Simpson. Brenda A. 362 

Simpson. Don 162. 344 

Simpson, lames K, 344 

Simpson. Tonya D. 201, 344 

Sims. Scott 129 

Sinclair, lennifer A 362 

Singer, Tina A 362 

Singleton, Steven K 298 

Singleton, Teresa E 180 

Sinnelie. Elizabeth |, 268 

Sinnette. Kevin P 224 

Sipes, Robert R 244 

Spple, Connie S 185. 198 

Sipple. Thomas E, 183 



Siptrott, Stacylea 362 

Sironen, David S 126. 127 

Sissel, Diana K, 298 

Sizemore, Aletha R 298 

Sizemore, Billie C 298 

Sizemore, |eff D 344 

Sizemore. Kevin D 362 

Sizemore, Melissa A. 344 

Sizemore, Mona R 362 

Sizemore, Oma |. 298 

Sizemore, Ramona S 198 

Skaggs, Anthony 362 

Skaggs. Sharon K 362 

Skaggs, Toska S 298 

Skirvin, Mary K 362 

Slater, Annette 172, 173, 362 

Slattery, Scott 240 

Slaughter, Darry E 186 

Slaughter, Roy 132 

Slaughter, Suzanne M, 

Slavey. Sondra 298 

Slone. Kathy A 362 

Slone. Keith W 208 

Slone, Michael R. 242 

Slone. Tem L 172 

Slusher. Sarah M 268 

Smalley, Kimberly M 344 

Smallwood, Ross P 362 

Smiley, leffrey A 167 

Smith, Dr Alan 193 

Smith, Angela 344 

Smith, Ann K T 362 

Smith, Anthony 362 

Smith, Carla C. 362 

Smith, Cathy S 220. 362 

Smith, Christopher S 344 

Smith, Connie 184 

Smith, Constance M 362 

Smith, Daniel E 344 

Smith, David A 124, 344 

Smith, David B 118 

Smith, David M. 167. 298 

Smith, Dickie A. 259 

Smith, Donald R. |r 362 

Smith, Donna 214. 344 

Smith, Emmett D. 344 

Smith, Eric 198 

Smith, Enc W 123 

Smith, Frances L 362 

Smith, leff W 203, 236 

Smith, leffrey D 248, 344 

Smith, lennifer L 167. 220, 344 

Smith, lohn 250 

Smith, lohn S. 

Smith, lohn W. 

Smith, lohnnie A, 

Smith, ludith A. 

Smith, ludy 183 

Smith, lulie M. 

Smith, Karen I 

Smith, Karen P 

Smith, Keith L 100. 344 

Smith, Kenneth A, Jr 

Smith, Kenneth K 

Smith, Kenneth 180 

Smith. Kenneth L 

Smith, Kenneth P 

Smith, Laura L 198 

Smith, Lee A. 

Smith, Leonne Y. 

Smith. Linden B. 

Smith, Lisa 

Smith. Lisa A, 

Smith, Lisa B. 

Smith. Lisa C. 

Smith. Lisa I. 

Smith. Lloyd B 

Smith. Lon I 

Smith. Lorraine 

Smith. Marcel 248, 298 

Smith. Marcetta 

Smith, Marilyn K. 

Smith. Mark A. 246 

Smith. Martha L. 

Smith. Mary 209 

Smith. Mary E 

Smith. Mary K 324 

Smith. Mary T 

Smith. Melanie S 

Smith, Michael I 

Smith. Michael W. 

Smith. Monica 194 

Smith, Nancy E 344 

Smith, Patnaa 324 

Smith, Paul L 324 

Smith, Peggy 298 

Smith, Phyllis A. 344 

Smith, Renee I 18S. 195, 344 

Smith. Rhonda 344 

Smith, Ronald L, 324 

Smith, Scheryl 201. 220. 324 

Smith, Selena S 216 

Smith. S Shawn 298 

Smith, Steven A 246 

Smith, Tamara ). 298 

Smith, Tony 184 

Smith. Tony L, 298 

Smith. Tracey F. 197 

Smith, Trisch 344 

Smith, Vikki D 298 

Smith, Winfield S 298 

Smithson, Douglas I- 95 

Snapp. Frank W 182 

Sneed. Leslie R 324 

Snell. Sharon D 166 

Snider. Debra K 298 

Snider. Ronald L l8l. 298 

Snowden, Dane S. IBS, 298 

Soccer Team 206 



Son, Tom 185 

SOTA 207 

Souder, David E 344 

Souder, Leslie A 324 

Sowder, Mike C 246 

Spahn. Barbara I 222 

Spalding, lohn F 344 

Spangenberg, Kristi L 110. 198 

Spearks. Andy L 268 

Sparks, Delia L 344 

Sparrow, Mary W 345 

Spath, Kathryn A 166. 268 

Spaulding. leanette A 298 

Spaulding. lohnny R 256 

Spears. Cynthia L 196, 298 

Spears. Ten^ L 134, 324 

Spence, David W 324 

Spencer, Bonnie R P 205 

Spencer, Bonnie S 198, 268 

Spencer, lacqueline F 324 

Spencer, lohn A 185 

Spencer, |oyce A 324 

Spencer. Kay 226 

Spencer, Laura K 120, 121. 298 

Spencer, Unda C 189, 324 

Spinner. Vicki L 203, 324 

Spivey. Karen F 214. 324 

Spoonamore, W Dudley 324 

Sprague. lay 324 

SJarague. leffrey T 344 

Spangenberg. Knsty 110 

Springmeier, Lee A 123 

Spnngmeyer, Cheryl A. 324 

Spuriing, Benson A 122, 123, 324 

Staber, Karl D 296 

Stack, Lisa 123 

Stacy, Vickie C 204. 296 

Stagner, Marsha G 234 

Stagnolia. Carole A 195 

Stall, Heidi 200 

Stamper. Bruce S 345 

Stamper. Margaret C 345 

Stamper, Stanley 8 195. 244 

Stamps. Paul G 184 

Stander, Mary I 195, 345 

Stanley. Darwin 242 

Stanley, Rell D 345 

Stanton, lacqueline 207. 214 

Stapleton, Frank A 35, 248. 345 

Stapleton. Gregory I 181 

Stapleton. Ray S |r 246 

Starks, George K 324 

Starks, Sandra A 259, 268 

Starkweather. Staaa 198, 230 

Starnes. Torre L 259 

Starr, Matthew R 244 

Stearman, Cynthia G. 345 

Stearns. Saundra K 191 

Steck, Usa 198 

Steele, Karen I 230 

Steele, Laura M 220 

Steely. Lynda M 345 

Steilberg, Sandra I 345 

Stengel, lohn G 212. 232 

Stephan, Dr Sheryl 159 

Slephany, loseph L 182 

Stephens, Dudley H 236 

Stephens, Gwen C, 324 

Stephens, Holly A 324 

Stephens, Kimberly D 324 

Stephens, Nancy Y 324 

Stepp. Ervin L 100 

Stepp. lames O 97. 99, 100 

Stepp. loe Alan 100 

Stepp, Sheme L 364 

Stevens. Greg 232 

Stevens. Lowell T 345 

Stevens. Wendy S 167. 192. 220. 345 

Stevenson. Donna K 345 

Stewart. Anna M 196, 324 

Stewart. Beth 195 

Stewart. George T 202, 205 

Stewart. lanice A 324 

Stewart. Joy C 195. 345 

Stewart. Leslie A 189 

Stewart. Leslie M 194, 324 

Stewart, Melody A 268 

Stewart, Reva I 230. 345 

Slickley, Rhonda I 230, 345 

Stillwell. Keith A 185, 345 

Stilwell. lennifer 364 

Stinnett, Mark E 193 

Stinson, Chnstopher 345 

Stinson, Kenneth E. 324 

Stipes, Tom A 51. 212, 246, 324 

Stimemann, Debra S 364 

Stimemann, Michelle 216. 345 

Stivers, lacquelyn A 1% 

Stockard, Rex W 208 

Stockman. Teresa 364 

Stockton, Paula R 324 

Stoeckle, Nancy C 112. 113, 300 

Stokes, Elizabeth L 324 

Stokes, William A 308 

Stone, Erika W 306 

Slone. John D. 364 

Stone, lohn 300 

Stone, Lynn M 300 

Stone. Marcia L 345 

Stone. Phylisha D 186, 190, 300 

Stone, Rita D. 34S 

Stone. Roger C 232 

Stoner. Alice L 2 19 

Story, leffrey K 300 

Story. Rhonda M 324 

Story, RoKzedena R 268 

Stotts, Robin A 364 

Stout, Hazel L 162, 191. 345 

Stout, Marcia K 226 



Stover. Palrida R 364 

Strader. Usa I 364 

Strain, lacc^eline B 364 

Strait, lean A. 324 

Strange. Susan L. 300 

Streeval, Maleena D 300 

Stnng Ochestra 179 

Strode, Robin I 220 

Strong, Michael W 129, 345 

Strong, Nancy j, 220 

Strosnider. Ann C 345 

Stroud, Robin A 300 

Struck. Sandra L 364 

Stubblefield, David K 248, 345 

Struder, Ray 126 

Student Occupational Therapy Association 207 

Student Social Workers Assoaation 207 

Stump, lill 364 

Stumpf. loan E 268 

Sturgill, Anita R 197. 324 

Sturgill, Anthony L 324 

Sublette. Theresa K 324 

Student Association 25, 170, 171 

Suford, Amelia 218 

Sullivan. Pegeen L 345 

Sullivan, Sandy 345 

Sulney. Thomas 246 

Summerlin, Usa I 345 

Surl, Saied M 268 

Sutherland, Bambi L 185 

Sutkamp. lerry C 364 

Sutkamp. Ion R, 345 

Suttles. Kerry |. 345 

Suttles, Robert L 268 

Sutton, Dr Dons 279 

Sutton, Elizabeth K 324 

Sutton, Mark T 364 

Sutton, Patnaa I 345 

Sutton, Susan K 345 

Swafford. Sherry L 364 

Swam, Rodney A 202, 324 

Swanson. Cheryl A 364 

Swanson. Kimberly S 345 

Swanlon. leffrey C 242 

Swarthwood, Anthony M 242, 345 

Swartzel. Susan L 324 

Swauger, Brenda K 364 

Sweeny. Scott 126 

Swillinger, Lisa G 364 

Swintord, Dana I 324 

Swinford. Wendy W 324 

Swinford. Yolanda D 220, 300 

Swisher, Alan 185 

Symphony Orchestra 176 

Syrait. lean 114 



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Tackett, Lisa R 324 

Tackett, Mary A 300 

Tackett, Sheme L 345 

Taekwondo Club 208 

Taggart, Suzanne A 191 

Tague. Laurie A. 186 

Talben. loan L 114. 134. 219, 300 

Talbott. Karen S. 180. 206, 216. 300 

Talbott. Vickie j 364 

Tallanco, Kristina M, 166. 300 

Tanger, |ohn F 161 

Tarter, Kathryn A 345 

Tasman. Gary L 324 

Tate, Michael H. 300 

Tatum, Lisa A 228, 345 

Tau Kappa Epsilon 254 

Taulber, lenny S 114 

Tavakohan. Medi 190 

Tavakolian, Mohammad 300 

Taylor, Andrea L. 134 

Taylor. Belinda G. 200. 201, 300 

Taylor, Charles E 190. 300 

Taylor, Chnstopher A. 90 

Taylor, Cindy I 214 

Taylor, Dana 134 

Taylor, Donald I 345 

Taylor, GD 182, 324 

Taylor, Kevin P 345 

Taylor, Maresa V 364 

Taylor, Margaret A 364 

Taylor, Robert 212. 259 

Taylor, Robert 345 

Taylor, Shannon D 254, 300 

Taylor, Wallace C 345 

Teater. Barry D 166, 167, 300 

Tebault, Thomas N 345 

Tecca, Michelle R 112 

Temple, Kathy A 324 

Temple, Stephanie K 167, 300 

Terry, lane E 189. 306 

Terwiltiger, Kelly O 364 

Textor, lanice 134 

Thacker, Diana F 169 

Thacker. Lisa M 210, 216, 251 

Thakur. Dr Monab 154, 155 

Tharpe, Ann M. 196. 266 

Tharpe, Carol L 1%, 268 

Theiler. [ulie A. 109 

Theta Chi 252 

Thieneman. Robert I 202 

Thomas. Barbara S 324 

Thomas, Carolyn L 205, 209, 324 

Thomas, lamie A 345 

Thomas, lanet L 364 

Thomas, lanet 254 

Thomas. Janet 345 

Thomas, leffrey E 161. 300 

Thomas, lerry W 254. 300 

Thomas, lustin |. 182, 300 



380 



Thomas, Michael A. 195, 212, 324, 345 

Thomas, Michael 259 

Thomas. Nancy I 195. 345 

Thomas. Sheila 194. 300 

Thomas. Terry |. 252 

Thomas. Thomas P 325 

Thompson, Connie L 345 

Thompson, Craig 184 

Thompson. Edmond C 325 

Thompson. Frederick M. 300 

Thompson. Dean Howard 154 

Thompson, lames 364 

Thompson, lame 300 

Thompson, lay M 364 

Thompson, |utie M 155. 166. 190, 300 

Thompson, Kevin R. 345 

Thompson, Lisa 156, 157, 166, 167, 194 

Thompson. Neil R 172, 364 

Thompson. Terence K 86. 93 

Thompson, rimolhy D. 345 

Thornberry, Deborah A 346 

Thornburg, Cynthia L. 183. 325 

Thornsberry, Tim L 325 

Thomsbury, Ion K 246, 364 

Thornton, Diane L 189, 346 

Thorpe, David W 268 

Thorjje, Dianne R. 346 

Thorpe. Doug C 364 

Tieman, Debra A 220, 325 

Tilley, Laura K. 183 

Tinberg. Alicia M 364 

Tingle, Timmy L. 182, 191, 346 

Tinker. Tara L 346 

Tinsley. Blame 201, 250 

Tinsley. Morris B 3215 

Tipton, Carolyn D 201 

Tipton. Gail 346 

Tipton, Lon 325 

Tittle, Elizabeth L. 183 

Titus. Sharon E. 194, 268 

Tobe, Shirley A 364 

Tobergte. Daniel E. 145 

Tobergte, Diane E 186, 325 

Tobergte, Susan L. 171 

Toby, lohnnie M. 346 

Todd, lames C |r 325 

Todd, Mark W 240 

Tokarski, Darrell R. 240 

Tolar, leftrey L 248 

Tolle. Becky |. 346 

Tolle. Phillip B. 364 

Tompkins, Terry 256 

Toms, Emily C 346 

Torbet, Alan S 364 

Towery, Patti C. 346 

Towles, Dwayne R, I8l 

Townsend. Yvonne 306 

Trabish, Pamela M. 268 

Trammel. Steven M, 346 

Traub, |ohn H 193 

Travis, Loreen 184 

Trent, Michael W 186. 325 

Treon, Bruce E 189 

Tribble, Lee A. 365 

Trick, Mark A 325 

Trimmer. Ceraldine K. 189 

Tnplett, Lauren 214 

Trivette, kimberly |. 364 

Trodglen, Tracey G. 346 

Trojan, leffrey M. 181 

Trosper, lames D 346 

Trosper, Michelle D. 346 

Trousdale, lames T 346 

Trowell, Clayburn M. 238 

Truesdell, lacqueline 182, 325 

Truesdell. lames D 180 

TsibCMjkas, Theodore A 325 

Tucker, Sheila G 346 

Tudor. Douglas D 248 

Tudor, Ion P 248 

Tudor. Martha A. 248 

Tudor. Verda L 65, 220 

Tudor, Wayne A, 228 

Turk, Mane C 175, 364 

Turley. Elizabeth I 204 

Turley, Renae 95 

Turner, Agnes S 167 

Turner, Bonnie |. 364 

Turner, Delbert D. 268 

Turner. Edward E 180 

Turner, leannean L. 364 

Tumer. Lesley A 364 

Turner, Lisa I 364 

Turner. Lynette C 364 

Tumer, Marcus W 246 

Turner. Melody C 186. 259 

Tumer, Robert G 302 

Turner, Rosalind 325 

Tumer. Sandra K 204. 302 

Turner. Sondra 302 

Turner. Ton) S 302 

Turner. William C. 325 

Tumipseed. Tom 183, 302 

Tumwald. Nancy E. 207 

Turpin. Craig S 325 

Turpin, Donna L. 325 

Turpin, Geneva K 302 

Turpin, Kay 222 

Tussey, Elizabeth L. 200, 222, 302 

Tussey, Pen^ L 212. 251. 346 

Tutt, Susan S. 346 

Tye, Ann C 346 

Tye. Thomas T 364 

Tyler, Shen^ L 190, 306 



Uhlman, Phil 129 
Underwood. Patty A 302 
Unger. Cynthia |. 302 
Unger. Leesa R 179 
University Orchestra 179 
University Singers 178, 179 
Upchurch, Scarlett N 200, 206. 325 
Updike, David W 364 
Updike, Donna M 226 
Uplagraffl, Norman K 325 
Upton, Pamela I. 364 
Usher, Sandra L. 325 
Uther. Henry H. 268 



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Vaeg, Peter 208 

Vail, Kimberly A. 186, 325 

Vail, Victoria L. 196, 302 

Valentin, Lorenzo 259 

Valeno, lay R 364 

Valenus, Donna M, 269 

Vallance, Kevin T 346 

Valianettes 199 

Vanarsdel, Deborah A 228. 254. 302 

Vanbuskirk. Lutncia 325 

Vance, David B. 325 

Vance, Patncia M. 364 

Vancey. |ill 220 

Vandenbussche, Ronald 302 

Vandry, |ana ) 325 

Vanduyne. Ingnd M. 207, 325 

Vandyke. Susan L 325 

Vanhoose, Phillip R 364 

Vanover. Alice F, 325 

Vanover. Leslie S. 364 

Vanwinkle, Virginia L 346 

Varney. Dr Dan 343 

Varnum. Chans L. 47. 189. 195, 346 

Vaughn, lonathan A. 259 

Veatch, Melvin T III 232 

Venezie. Dons I 302 

Vennefron. L Scott 123 

Vescio, Herb 27 

Vicars, Pamela |. 248 

Vice, Valerie I 124. 206, 325 

Vickery. Kathy ED 269 

Viel. Virginia H 228 

Vincent, Anita G 220, 346 

Vincent. Melanie D 185, 346 

Vincent, Melissa I 185. 325 

Vincent, Tina M 364 

Vires, Mildred 346 

Vorbeck. Susan M. 325 

Voyles, Timmy W, 100 



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Wade, Shen L 230 

Wade. Susan L 325, 346 

Wade, Tamara F 228 

Waford, Keith D 325 

Wagahoft, Anthony L. 269 

Waggy, Sharon L 364 

Wagner, Kimberly M 166, 180, 206, 214, 236, 

302 
Wainscott, Daryl A, 254, 325 
Waits, Tim |. 346 
Walker, Amy S, 190. 325 
Walker, Deborah L. 325, 269 
Walker, Frederick I 240 
Walker, lack 208 
Walker, lanet 202 
Walker, Sharon I 134 
Walker, Terry E. 190 
Walkup, Nancy I- 185, 365 
Wall, Kim R. 365 
Wallace, Alan 183 
Wallace, Kevin A 248 
Wallace, Sally 228 
Wallace, Stacy E 216, 346 
Waller, Kellye P 365 
Walling. Mary E 365 
Wallingford, Damn L. 365 
Walters, Denise 325 
Wallers. Gene W, 129 
Walters, Bryan 346 
Wallers, Daniel V 302 
Walters, Gregory A, 212, 244, 346 
Wallers, lennifer V. 365 
Wallers, Stephen R 175 
Walton, Michael L. 302 
Wank, Heidi B. 207 
Ward. Belinda K 346 
Ward. Bemadine 198, 302 
Ward, Bonnie L. 189, 346 
Ward, Dana C 346 
Ward. Donna S 346 
Ward. Downey 302 
Ward, lames S 129 
Ward. Michael R. 325 
Ward. Pamela 194, 220. 346 
Ward, Paula 209, 325 
Ward, Sondra L, 134 
Warford, Debra A 302 
Warren, Carolyn |. 185, 302 
Wan-en, Charlotte R 346 
Warren, KJm 242. 325 
Warren. Natalie |. 186. 302 
Wartinger, Debra I 302 
Warwick, David B 242 
Washington, Bobby 100 
Washko. Anna M. 209. 325 



Watkins, Bereda 209. 325 

Walkins, Donna K. 325 

Watkins, lennifer Y 218 

Watkins, Tony L 185 

Watkowski, Sherri A. 365 

Walson. Bruce W 346 

Watson, Francesca M 110, 302 

Watson, len L 185, 325 

Watson, Kimberly K 346 

Watson, Maryann 325 

Watson, Robin L 302 

Waiters. Benjamin W 325 

Walters. Rebecca L 325 

Watts, Michael R. 269 

Weaver, Diana A 148 

Webb, Benny H 193, 302 

Webb. Kathy A 346 

Webb. Laberta L 302 

Webb. Lee A 216 

Webb. Melissa A 365 

Webb, Michael L 236 

Webb, Phyllis A 302 

Webb, Susan 230, 346 

Webb. Susan 228, 346 

Webb, Tawana F 365 

Weber, Lynn D 346 

Webster, Kenneth G 346 

Webster, Thomas K. 325 

Weddle, Rhonda L 346 

Wedemeyer. Cindy L 204. 302 

Weigel, Mary E 346 

Weigel, Molly A 346 

Wetgel, Pamela S. 201, 220 

Welch, Lauren L. 166, 188. 268 

Wells, Deborah 365 

Wells, lennifer L 180 

Wells, lohn 208 

Wells. Mark D 346 

Wells, Sharon R. 230 

Wells. Sondra L 222 

Wells, Suzanne H 183. 187, 192, 210, 220 

Wells, Timothy I 54, 326 

Welie, Apnl I 326 

Wentworth, Susan R. 195 

Wermuth. Tina L. 103, 106, 107 

Wernery, Timothy I 234 

Wesley, Samuel A. 347 

Wesley, Vanessa 2 18 

West, Bart W 182, 183 

West, Carol 326 

West. Chns A 212, 252, 322 

West, Deborah A 347 

Westbrook, Alice 196 

Westerman. lenniler A. 347 

Weslermeyer, Mary S 166, 167 

Westphal, Robyn D 365 

Westnck, Charles B 185, 194 

West Minister Fellowship 208 

Wetzel. Stephanie A, 114 

Whalen. Cynthia C 167, 194 

Whalen. Sharon E. 347 

Whaley, Anthony D 166, 190, 212, 236 

Whaley, Pamela ). 45, 219 

Wheeler, Alan H. 188, 322 

Wheeler, Beverly L 230, 365 

Wheeler, layne C 202. 347 

Wheeler, Mark F 126 

Whelan. Mary L 347 

Whelan, Samantha 202, 365 

Whigham, Marcia L 186 

Whitaker, Charles 153 

Whitaker, Claudette 365 

Whitaker. David I 347 

Whitaker, Douglas G 208 

Whitaker, loe 189 

Whitaker. |ill 347 

Whitaker, Karen 347 

Whitaker, Keith 347 

Whitaker, Kimberly D 365 

Whitaker, Mary 347 

White, Becky 326 

White, David R 170. 206. 246 

White, Diane R 205 

White, Dwayne 250 

White, Harvey R. 259 

While, Janelle 365 

White, Missy 172. 173. 326 

While. Nathan 238 

White. Pamela 347 

White. Paula H, 347 

While, Rick 132 

White, Sharon 269 

Vk/hite, Shelby R. 205 

White, Steven I 234. 347 

White, Vanessa V. 347 

White, William H |r 326 

Whitehead, Linda D 180 

Whitehead, Phyllis L. 210. 216 

Whitehouse, Tony K. 326 

Whilenack, Angela M. 326 

Whitley, Kim D 326 

Whillock, Dr Doug 27, 143 

Whitney. Lura A 365 

Whilson. Steven K 170. 123, 206, 326 

Whitt, Debra L 195. 220, 347 

Whittaker, Lynn C 222 

Whiitaker, M. lill 222 

Whitworth. Laurie A. 207 

Wibbels, lames S- 326 

Wicker. Dana L 347 

Wicker. Vincent A 206 

Widmann. Debbie I, 347 

Wigger, Danny 347 

Wigger, Helen L 347 

Wigger, Ronald L 124, 234 

Wilber. Amy |. 347 

Wilbert, Mary | 228 

Wilcoxson, Unda C 185, 269 



Wilder, Deborah M 365 

Wilder, Delons A 365 

Wilder, Donna 1 326 

Wilder, Lonnie H 347 

Wilke, Linda 109 

Wiley. Susan L 365 

Wiley. Vickie I 365 

Wilham, Lisa M 347 

Wilhoite, Vickie L 326 

Wilke. Linda I 365 

Wilkerson, lohn D 242. 347 

Wilkerson, Scott 326 

Wilkins, Mary E 216 

Will, Susan L 214, 365 

Will, Suzanne V 205. 240. 326 

Willey, Robin B 304 

Williams, Beverly K 326 

William, Charlene 347 

Williams, Crystal L. 43, 159, 166, 214, 248, 269 

Williams, David W 184, 326 

Williams, Diana R 365 

Williams, Ella L 326 

Williams, Frances C 186, 347 

Williams, Gregory 202 

Williams, |oel A 258 

Williams, Unda 365 

Williams, Linda L 185, 198 

Williams, Marianne I 304 

Williams, Melinda L 326 

Williams, Pamela S. 190, 269 

Williams, Patricia C 326 

Williams, Rebecca A 347 

Williams, Rhonda 304 

Williams, Sandra 199 

Williams, Sheila A 365 

Williams, Slacia E 304 

Williamson. Donna L 326 

Williamson. |ohn L |r 254, 326 

Willinghursi, Chen M 228 

Wilhs, Donna M 347 

Wilis, Caye A. 167, 200, 202, 204, 206, 304 

Willis, Nikki C 184. 222 

Willis, Roderick 186. 208 

Willis, Susan 347 

Willmes. leanne A 326 

WiHoughby. Alberta C. 347 

WHoughby. Gayle 182, 191 

Wlloughby. Lisa A 167, 180, 304 

WHoughby. Mark T 326 

WiHoughby, Tom L 365 

Wills. Melanie Y 184. 202. 206. 220. 304 

Wlls. Monica D 203. 326 

Wills. Paula i 304 

Wilmers, Teresa K. 269 

Wilshire, David A. 251 

Wilson, Ann E 216, 250 

WIson. Danny C 304 

Wilson. Debbie 170. 195. 347 

Wilson, Debbie 254. 347 

Wlson, Deborah L. 254 

Wilson, Deborah 365 

Wilson, Denise A 326 

Wilson, Derek I 304 

Wilson. Elizabeth I 175 

Wilson, Gwendolyn 194, 304 

V^lson, lames R Ir 252 

Wilson, loel E. 306 

Wilson, Kenny E. 100 

Wilson, Kimberly E 324 

Wilson, Kimberly 365 

Wilson, Linda K 222. 304 

Wilson, Lon A. 347 

Wilson, Sister Mary Agnes 148 

Wilson, Michael D 326 

Wilson. Richard A Ir 199. 304 

Wilson, Robert D |r 208, 365 

Wilson. Robin L 222 

Wlson. Scott A 175 

Wilson. Shelia R 347 

Wilson, Sheltedge A. 347 

Wilson, Susan D, 110 

Wilson. Susan L 189 

Wilson, Tan |. 1%. 250 

Wilson, Tracy A 109 

Wilson, Wanda I 347 

Wilson, William 250 

Wilt, lanet L. 207. 326 

Wilt, ludy L 304 

Wimsatt. lames C 347 

Wimsatt, Lesa M. 170, 365 

V^msatt, Mary I. 347 

Wimsalt, Ralph 347 

V^msatt, Traa A, 44, 214, 326 

Windhorst, Carmen L 197. 226 

Winger. Rachel A 228 

Wininger, Mellane S 326 

Winkle. Nanette 326 

Winkler, Margaret D. 347 

Winters. Palnda A 214 

Wrnlhers, Vicky 365 

Wira, Julia A 216, 365 

Wirel, Enc 132 

Winley, lill E, 326 

Wise, Cynthia A, 230, 347 

Wise, lerald A 234. 326 

Wise. Sherry L 230. 347 

Wiseman, Betty R 228, 304 

Wiseman. William E 365 

Wisnicky. Yvonne M. 347 

Withers. Vicky L 226 

Witherspoon, Elizat}eth 347 

Witt, Gina R 304 

Witt, Sherry C 230 

Witt, Vicki L 365 

Witzerman, Michael A. 118. 119 

Wix. Ilona A 194. 208, 304 

Wizor, Denise L 347 

Woblum. Renee 347 

Woehler. Mkhaet A. 128, 129. 326 



Wohn. Cindy L 304 

Wolf, lames C 192 

Wolfe, Connie L 216. 347 

Wolfe, Cynthia L 304 

Wolford. Aneida M, 304 

Wolford, Dr Bruce 283 

Wolfrom. Laura 365 

Wolfzom, David E 365 

Women's Interdorm 209 

Womer, Sherri L 

Wong, Vivian Y 304 

Wood, Ivan L II 365 

Wood, lennifer L 195 

Wood, Lisa D 222 

Wood, Robert C 246 

Wood, Sarah M 203 

Woodall, Karen S 304 

Woodard, Vicki L 109 

Woodhams, lanice R 184, 326 

Woods, Brenda L 114, 326 

Woods, ChnsR 212. 252, 304 

Woods, Edwin R 248, 326 

Woolums, Leesa C 198, 304 

Wooton, Kathleen 304 

Wooton, Shern S 365 

Wooton, Susan B 365 

Wortman, Sharee M 365 

Wowk. Dr Vilaly 331 

Wray, Lisabeth L 170, 171. 205, 226. 304 

Wray, Meredith A 226, 250, 304 

Wren, Rebecca C 265 

Wren, Susan 304 

Wren, William 1 269 

Wright. Beth 228 

Wnght, Debora K 108, 109, 166, 184 

Wright, Nancy N. 186 

Wright. Patricia L 218 

Wnghl. Robin W 326 

Wrobleski, Jim M, 129 

Wylie, Mitchell L 181 

Wynn. Kelly 8 232 

Wyrick, Knsta L 185 



— Y— 

Yagodich, losephine 326 
Yancey, Belinda B 326 

Yancey, Glenna E 184 
Yeager, David W 181 
Yeager, Donan 189 
Yeiser. Beverly 143 
Yoder. Bret H 123 
York. Walter L 365 
Young, Becky 228 
Young. Douglas W 170 
Young. Greg S 365 
Young. Harnet I 208 
Young, lohn 189 
Young. Tamara L 365 



— z— 

Zacholski, Richard D 198 
Zagula, Loraine I 207 
Ziarkowski, Thaddeus 182. 183 
Ziegler, Donna M 1% 
Zimmerman. Susan G 67 
Zimheld. Rhonda L 365 
Zoochi, lern M 55 
Zottman, Tommy L 251 
Zubeck, Andrea L 167. 195 



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Editor's Note 



It's over. The last index page is finished and 1982 
Milestone is complete. 

Now that my term as editor is coming to a close, I 
have to say thanks to a long list of people. 

First, I want to thank President J.C. Powell and Vice- 
president Donald R. Feltner for continuing to allow the 
Milestone to maintain its excellent tradition and qual- 
ity. In spite of massive budget cuts, the Milestone has 
continued publication and was once again distributed 
free of charge to the student body. 

To the students of the University, I want to say I 
hope you enjoy the finished product as much as I have 
enjoyed being editor. This is your book, not mine. I 
was fortunate to be allowed to put the book together 
for you, but this book represents the student body, 
not the editor and staff of the Milestone. 

This book would not have been possible without 
the long hours and hard work put into it by an excel- 
lent staff. Missy White, Managing Editor, took over the 
Student Life Section and used her talents to put to- 
gether an eye-catching representation of life on camp- 
us. 

To Michelle O'Bryan and Melissa Hicks, I thank you 
for your diligence. Michelle met the difficult task of 
juggling the Organizations Section like a veteran staff- 
er. Melissa used her knack for coordinating to encour- 
age her staff workers and had the Academics Section 
finished before any other section. 

To Sheri Miveiaz and Terri Lambert I owe thank you's 
for many long hours of work. Sheri brought an artistic 
touch to the Greek Life Section, and Terri brought an 
end to the monotony of the Classes Section by incor- 



porating features with the hundreds of pictures and 
names. 

The staff members of the '82 Milestone were just as 
dedicated as the editors. Janene Boehm won the title 
of Queen of the All-Nighters. She and Mike Hall 
brought a touch of innovation to the Organizations 
pages. 

Annette Slater, Deanna Moore and Scott Blakely 
had the distinction of being the first staff members 
finished with their section. They all found interesting 
copy ideas and imaginative page designs for the Aca- 
demics section. 

Thanks also to Lee Ann Webb, Helena Dietrich, 
Jennifer Ferebee and Tim Robbins for their work on the 
Sports Section. 

My greatest debt of gratitude goes to Larry Bailey 
and the photography staff of the Public Information 
Office. The work of Paul Lambert, Will Mansfield, Neil 
Thompson, P.j. Novak, and Greg Hunt have main- 
tained the excellent tradition of the Milestone in pho- 
tography. They put up with our mistakes, complaints 
and harrassment and still came through with our prints 
when we needed them. 

As adviser, Larry Bailey put up with our shortcom- 
ings and guided us through the rough spots. 

Thanks also go to the Delmar Publishing Company 
for their patience and consideration. Thank you. Bill 
Stoess, Ralph Van Dyke, Jim Hunter and Becky Alex- 
ander and all the people that worked on the book. 



It's been fun. 



Karen (Kay) House 



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Editor's Note 383 



SPECIFICATIONS 



The 1982 MILESTONE was prepared by the students of Eastern Kentucky University and printed by offset 
lithography by Delmar Printing Company, Charlotte, North Carolina. 

The paper stock is 80 pound Wesvaco Sterling Gloss Enamel. 

The cover is a special design Skiver, with embossed design, silver foil top stamping and a black overtone rub. 

Body copy for the opening and closing section is 14 point Optima Bold. Body copy is 12 point Optima, with 2 
points of leading. All cutlines are 8 point Optima, with one point leading, and headlines are 24, 30 and 36 point Op- 
tima Bold. 

Cameras used to photograph activity pictures for both four-color and black and white included Nikon (35mm) 
and Hasselblad {IVaxIVa). Focal length lenses used range from wide angle, 35mm, to telephoto, 500mm. Senior and 
underclass portraits were photographed by Yearbook Associates, Millers Falls, Mass. 

Press run was 7,500 copies.